Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by MrBrian, Sep 19, 2014.
Yep, but sigcheck also has a check at VirusTotal feature when signature check
is invalid. Together with SystemExplorer (check runnung exe and dl's at VT), sigcheck can be used to scan your harddrive. Should be greast when autoruns would check startup items also at VT (when their signature is invalid or missing).
Great find, the command line version also allows scanning of other directories (e.g. like program files folder), this one uses Get Windows Directory to automatically find teh windows directory. Hopefully the author adds an option to check Program Files also
SigcheckGUI v1.0.8's VirusTotal scans are a lot faster than the public API allows. Probably as a consequence, sometimes "throttled" is reported instead of desired results.
Do you know how this could be achieved? If I enable VT check it checks all executable files (hashes). What you're describing would be really useful, but I couldn't find parameters to get it work like that.
Sorry, it indeed reports all files with one or more detections
"C:\[where installed]\sigcheck.exe" -e -s -u -vr -vt "directory"
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