The developer OldTimer has written several awesome anti-malware diagnostic tools, namely OTL, OTS and OTM. These tools look essentially the same and perform somewhat equally, which is to generate comprehensive logs covering many aspects of the computer system, in order to diagnose malware infections. And like FRST, it also features script functionality in order to remove malware, and needs a 'trained eye' AKA a MRT member's interaction to generate malware removal scripts.
As such, they belong to the same category of tools as DDS, FRST, HJT, RSIT, Zoek and CF.
I am not trying to debate whether most of these tools should be restricted to use only in the Virus, Trojan, Spyware, and Malware Removal Logs Forum, given their power and so that the novice user gets qualified help in the malware removal process.
However, I am wondering how OTL, OTS and OTM differ, and do they still apply? I know that they have been updated a while ago, but also that they only are compatible with Windows up to version 7, and not further.
Thank you very much in advance!
Edited by midimusicman79, 23 June 2015 - 06:28 AM.