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windows all in one repair
« on: August 09, 2012, 11:52:54 PM »
Brand new Gateway computer. Windows 7, 64 bit. 1 TB hard drive.

Acquired a lousy virus. Something like patch!trojan. Affected windows updates, defender among others. Took a chance and downloaded the all in one tool over the strong objections of both Windows and Norton anti virus program. The tool worked exceptionally well. It repaired the registry without affecting any other part of the operating system. This is a winner program and a keeper in my opinion. A rewrite of the hard drive was going to be a daunting and time consuming task. All in one saved me time and money. I had no problem making a small donation. It was the least I could do for Shane. I have added the web site for the future should i need it.

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Re: windows all in one repair
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2012, 02:31:35 PM »

VirusTotal
SHA256:    848633cfa1cffef9654b139ab9c3cba873397c661186b930c50753e2b37a2f67
File name:    tweaking.com_windows_repair_aio_setup.exe
Detection ratio:    3 / 42
Analysis date:    2012-08-09 15:27:57 UTC ( 4 days, 5 hours ago )
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Antivirus    Result    Update
AhnLab-V3    -    20120808
AntiVir    -    20120808
Antiy-AVL    Trojan/Win32.Genome.gen    20120808
Avast    -    20120808
AVG    -    20120808
BitDefender    -    20120808
ByteHero    Virus.Win32.Part.a    20120801
CAT-QuickHeal    -    20120808
ClamAV    -    20120808
Commtouch    -    20120808
Comodo    -    20120808
DrWeb    -    20120808
Emsisoft    -    20120808
eSafe    -    20120808
ESET-NOD32    -    20120808
F-Prot    -    20120808
F-Secure    -    20120808
Fortinet    -    20120808
GData    -    20120808
Ikarus    -    20120808
Jiangmin    -    20120808
K7AntiVirus    -    20120808
Kaspersky    -    20120808
McAfee    -    20120808
McAfee-GW-Edition    -    20120808
Microsoft    -    20120808
Norman    -    20120808
nProtect    -    20120808
Panda    -    20120808
PCTools    -    20120808
Rising    -    20120808
Sophos    -    20120808
SUPERAntiSpyware    -    20120808
Symantec    -    20120808
TheHacker    -    20120808
TotalDefense    -    20120807
TrendMicro    -    20120808
TrendMicro-HouseCall    TROJ_GEN.F47V0805    20120808
VBA32    -    20120807
VIPRE    -    20120808
ViRobot    -    20120808
VirusBuster    -    20120808

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Yea,
this version with the new registry backup is sending VirusTotal nuts , plus as I was testing Kingsoft Antivirus that went nuts too.

If I remember right , I scanned the Tweaking.com Registry backup Tool and that sent Virustotal nuts too.

There must be some mistake.









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Re: windows all in one repair
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2012, 10:57:31 AM »
Please start a new thread :-)

And yes those are false positives. You will notice non of the well known AV's flag my work :-)

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Re: windows all in one repair
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2012, 10:23:16 AM »
The art of war. Sun Tsu.......against false positives :cheesy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq9FPHBB2C8&feature=related