Posted 09 February 2017 - 01:08 PM
The problem isn't with FRST. The tool is easy to use, the syntax is simple, and the way it works is pretty straightforward. What you need to learn is malware removal: identify malicious files, what these threats are, what they do, how they affect the system, why they are located where they are, and how to remove them without damaging the system you're working on. This isn't something that can learned "easily" and there's no "easy tutorial" or "dumbed down" tutorial on the matter. If you really want that kind of tutorial, just Google "how to remove malware" and you'll see the same combo of configmgr, taskmgr, regedit (Run, RunOnce keys), etc. everywhere. But the truth is that this is only a fraction of what you really need to do in order to remove an infection.
tl;dr: What you're asking for doesn't exist, and the best reason for it is because malware removal isn't easy, nor is it a game.
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