Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by StevieO, Oct 11, 2005.
Wanna play hardware games?
Wanna play digital mania?
Let's look at hardware besides software k?
So no one can direct me to some command lines so I can try this thing? Please?
Here is cmd line access for running SVV (Courtesy of Controler)
In case some don't know much about the command line, here is a simple way to run it.
If you saved the folder to desktop and are lazy about typing like me, right click on it and rename it SVV.
Then go to assessories, command prompt., open the DOS window.
Type cd desktop\svv
you will then get a list of switches such as /a ect.
type svv check or type svv check /and a switch such as a.
use a space after svv and before the switch, such as
I can confirm having both Kerio 4 and PG causes a severe false alarm.
But this is only a tool which "detects hooking" afterall. It does not "detect malware" so please be careful with it.
I am surprised though, that it hasn't been tested on a known clean system with a few firewalls and programs like PG, then adjusted so it won't give such BIG RED WARNINGS about legitimate programs. It wouldn't take long to test and would then be a REALLY good tool, instead of one just causing confusion!
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