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#1 raw

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 01:42 PM

Disclaimer: I do not recommend you keep a "live" virus on your computer. I am a trained professional (well I play one on TV) :flowers: I also do not condone the use of exploits to break into someone elses computer.(unless they've been VERY bad) :thumbsup:
Anyway here's my virus scan report

[root@morpheus tmp]# bdc --all /home/raw/
BDC/Linux-Console v7.0 (build 2490) (i386) (Dec 10 2003 16:11:35)
Copyright © 1996-2003 SOFTWIN SRL. All rights reserved.

/home/raw/code/dcom suspected: Exploit.WKSS.A
/home/raw/code/ftp suspected: Exploit.ProFTPD.B (Linux)
/home/raw/rec/gdnUS10.exe infected: Trojan.Dialer.AY
/home/raw/iso/data20.zip infected: Win32.Netsky.P@mm
/home/raw/iso/postcard.zip infected: Win32.Netsky.P@mm
/home/raw/iso/letter.zip infected: Win32.Netsky.P@mm

Results:
Folders :2189
Files :29834
Packed :656
Infected files :4
Suspect files :2
Warnings :0
Identified viruses:2
Files/second :185
Scan time :00:02:41 <--notice it took less then 3 minutes

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 02:05 PM

I am a trained professional (well I play one on TV)

and I try to never miss that show, raw. Probably as much for the commercials as the episodes themselves. :thumbsup: Good plug at the bottom, i couldn't help but wonder:
  • Is this a scan available online
  • with or without an activeX download to make it work
  • or
  • Is this one of your cool "type in the c-prompt field" tricks
  • or
  • Will I need to get the "better 'n windex" OS up & runnin'to have that quick scan result?
:flowers:
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Posted 22 November 2004 - 02:12 PM

Amazing! Three min. Good questions Phawgg. I like to know myself.
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Posted 22 November 2004 - 03:02 PM

BDC/Linux-Console v7.0 (build 2490) (i386) (Dec 10 2003 16:11:35)
Copyright 1996-2003 SOFTWIN SRL. All rights reserved.

  • Is this a scan available online No
  • with or without an activeX download to make it work
  • or
  • Is this one of your cool "type in the c-prompt field" tricksMy compy doesn't have a "C" prompt,but yes it is a command line scanner
  • or
  • Will I need to get the "better 'n windex" OS up & runnin'to have that quick scan result? Yes (you should anyway IMHO)
Format C:\ - Kills Windows dead!!! :thumbsup:

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 03:58 PM

Format C:\ - Kills Windows dead!!! :thumbsup:

Yes it does. You would not believe the discount I used to get when I turned display computers back on, with a certain floppy inserted.

I will say right now-DO NOT PM ME ASKING ME THE CODE. I will not give it out, nor will I tell you any additional information about it.
We are all curious like a cat. We wonder, we ask, we learn.
Please post back when a suggestion works, so that others may learn.

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 06:02 PM

    * or
    * Will I need to get the "better 'n windex" OS up & runnin'to have that quick scan result? Yes (you should anyway IMHO)


What little resistance I have left is wearin' thin, my friend... I guess I'm just standin' in the headlights of an oncomin' semi-truck on the superhighway of the Internet fascinated by the audacity of Redmond, and still stubbornly insistant that NOBODY can blatently conceal in a plethoria of verbal exposition no matter how they filibuster on about it the true nature of that which they foisted upon us in the name of progress forever... without eventually yielding up some truisms that might apply to something worthwhile as an end to my studies of this mega-mighty operating system. how did they do that? :trumpet: :flowers: :thumbsup: :inlove:
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