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0.1.1.6:Improved: Services scanning is much faster! Probably saves at least 30 seconds of time.Fixed: Uninfector.exe is compiled using a newer version of the scripting language, which fixed the odd errors that were reported. Which also seemed to have speed up the scan process as well.New: If an Uninfector.Defs file is present next to Uninfector.exe then the downloaded Uninfector.Defs file will now overwrite it so that Uninfector.Defs that users manually use are updated if they ever decide to Update through the program.Fix: When "UpdateDefs=N" in the config file, Uninfector failed to run. This is now fixed.New: File Scanning is now added. Specific areas of the System drive are now checked for specific files listed in the Defs. So if an infected file is found in places like the Windows directory, System32, Drivers, Root of the drive, AppData folders, and so on... they will be removed.New: Google Chrome Files are now processed and removed if listed in the Defs.New: Mozilla Firefox Files are now processed and removes if listed in the Defs.0.1.0.7:Fixed: Bug that was caused by an error that was given that crashed Uninfector while running within WinPE x64. The bug was caused by an internal Function of Autoit (_ArrayUnique). For some reason this function does not seem to work within the x64 WinPE in a x86 compiled autoit executable. Although it seems to work fine within Windows x86 and x64 just fine. I have removed this Function for now. It wasn't really needed anyways.0.1.0.4:Fixed: Bug posted by d4vr0s which was caused by my Folder Scanning code. Thanks for reporting d4vr0s!!0.1.0.2:Fixed: Numerous scan optimizations. Specific areas were not scanning properly.Change: Uninfector.ini is no longer used as the Definitions file. Now Uninfector.Defs is used.New: Update options are now built in. You will be prompted for a choice if you want to update Definitions and the Uninfector.exe. If you select the check box "Do not show again" then a Config.ini file is created next to Uninfector.exe and evry time Uninfector.exe is launched it gets the answers from the config file and no longer asks if you wish to update or not.New: New Command Line parameter for Updates... /UpdateDefs (Will update Definitions Only) /UpdateAll (Will Update Definitions and Uninfector.exe)0.0.9.2:Fixed: Typo in my Unicode change in the previous version which caused the db to become corrupt. Quickly fixed. Sorry if anyone downloaded the previous version for the 10 minutes it was online.0.0.9.1:Removed: Deleted Unicode items from the online database (Uninfector.ini) to keep the file size smaller. All Unicode items are kept internally inside of Uninfector.exe.0.0.9.0:Added: User Folder Quarantine Removal. (AppData)0.0.8.9:Fixed: WinPE Scanning was only scanning the HKLM64 portion of the registry on x64 Hives.Improved: Optimized Registry scan.Improved: Full scan is much faster! 1 minute and 15 seconds to completion on my most recent tests!!!Added: Folder/File Quarantine/Removal.Added: Shortcut Removal from Desktop, Start Menu and Quick Launch.0.0.7.9:Fixed - Quarantine Restore was restoring some Registry Key Values incorrectly.
Currently I have not created a Plugin....
Byt the way, why no to use Panda Cloud Cleaner (http://www.pandasecurity.com/usa/homeusers/support/card?id=1680), for example? It runs perfectly under PE environment. Oh yeh, it doesn't scan the registry of an inactive system. So, I can suggest Universal Virus Sniffer http://dsrt.dyndns.org/. It doesn't have any virus definitions, rather it's intended to desinfect your system manually. But it can scan inactive systems from the PE environment. Just select the Windows folder and go.
The program doesn't start under Windows 10 (not PE). The registry folder selection dialog is displayed and it cannot be closed until I exit the script. Pressing OK and Cancel buttons in the dialog doesn't do anything.Upd: Just tested in my Win10PE SE, the result is the same.
Thanks for the logs! It looks like you both had some infections cleaned up. :) So far so good!
Are these programs you actually use or are they programs that snuck onto your system? Because they are usually considered unwanted. It's common practice for cleanup tools to remove PUP files. But you can restore them by launching the C:/Uninfector/uRestore.exe file. ;-)
Thank you, Siginet.