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Can anyone direct me to a listing of commandline arguments for other
scanners, or find the commandline arguments.  Right now, my free time
is limited, so any help would be appreciated.

The list below are the products that I am trying to find commandlines
for:

PC-Cillin
E-Trust
ViRobot Expert 2000
Protector Plus
RHBVS
VirScan Plus
Quick Heal
Vet
Ikarus
Fire
Vexira
Command
Ukrainian Antivirus Center
RisingAV
CyberScrub
A Squared 2
Virus Chaser
Freedom
InVircible
MKS_VIR
MR2S
Solo
Per
Bullguard
V-Buster
V3ProDeluxe
GDATA AVK
Extendia AVK
Zondex Guard (former VirusBusterII)
VirusBuster
ArcaVir
VirIT
WinAntivirus
Avira
Abacre
VBA32
PCTools Antivirus
The Shield
Antiy Ghostbusters
Comodo Antivirus
Active Virus Shield
Ashampoo Antivirus
CyberDefenderFree
WinCleaner
Trojan Hunter
BOClean
The Cleaner
Pest Patrol (now supported by Computer Associates)
Hacker Eliminator (former LockDown)
Tauscan
Trojan Remover
PC Door Guard
Digital Patrol
IPARMOR
Anti-Trojan Shield
Anti-Hacker Expert
AVG Anti-Spyware (former Ewido)
Spyware Terminator
V-Catch

Again, any help would be immensely appreciated.


Re: Commandline arguments


| Can anyone direct me to a listing of commandline arguments for other
| scanners, or find the commandline arguments.  Right now, my free time
| is limited, so any help would be appreciated.
|
| The list below are the products that I am trying to find commandlines
| for:
|
| PC-Cillin
| E-Trust
| ViRobot Expert 2000
| Protector Plus
| RHBVS
| VirScan Plus
| Quick Heal
| Vet
| Ikarus
| Fire
| Vexira
| Command
| Ukrainian Antivirus Center
| RisingAV
| CyberScrub
| A Squared 2
| Virus Chaser
| Freedom
| InVircible
| MKS_VIR
| MR2S
| Solo
| Per
| Bullguard
| V-Buster
| V3ProDeluxe
| GDATA AVK
| Extendia AVK
| Zondex Guard (former VirusBusterII)
| VirusBuster
| ArcaVir
| VirIT
| WinAntivirus
| Avira
| Abacre
| VBA32
| PCTools Antivirus
| The Shield
| Antiy Ghostbusters
| Comodo Antivirus
| Active Virus Shield
| Ashampoo Antivirus
| CyberDefenderFree
| WinCleaner
| Trojan Hunter
| BOClean
| The Cleaner
| Pest Patrol (now supported by Computer Associates)
| Hacker Eliminator (former LockDown)
| Tauscan
| Trojan Remover
| PC Door Guard
| Digital Patrol
| IPARMOR
| Anti-Trojan Shield
| Anti-Hacker Expert
| AVG Anti-Spyware (former Ewido)
| Spyware Terminator
| V-Catch
|
| Again, any help would be immensely appreciated.

Why on G-d's earth do you want command line arguments to malware and then call
your utility
anti virus ?

What do you want them for junk software ?

Do you read/write Chinese as well ?

Have YOU vetted that list you posted ?

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Re: Commandline arguments

David H. Lipman wrote:
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[snip list of anti-malware products, some of which the OP doesn't even
realize AREN'T scanners]
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the most likely reason is that s/he intends to perform some sort of
comparative review... coupled with the fact that s/he also pointed
someone to a scanner s/he produced i can only surmise a 'marketing'
effort is afoot...

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now the idiots have taken over
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Re: Commandline arguments


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Hmm... Do you remember this scanner? From what little I understand of it,
it's actually a front-end for a various group of scanners developed by
others?


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Re: Commandline arguments

Dustin Cook wrote:
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honestly, no i don't remember it... i just remember reading a message
where he mentioned it the same day i wrote that reply...

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now the idiots have taken over
spreading like a social cancer,
is there an answer?"

Re: Commandline arguments



|
| honestly, no i don't remember it... i just remember reading a message
| where he mentioned it the same day i wrote that reply...
|

I remember.  He is also the one who has hosted numerous LIVE malware samples to
test his
utility.

We strongly denounced said practice.

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Re: Commandline arguments

First off, the list was significantly larger before I went through and
weeded out that which I considered to be useless, commandline
arguments I found on my own, or removed true duplicate entries.
Secondly, some of the programs listed, I don't think highly of, but if
someone wants to install and use them, go right ahead.  If they find
them to be useful, I won't tell them otherwise.  At no point does VTE
come bundled with any other commercial applications.

Secondly, there is nothing wrong with my desire to find as many
products that have commandline support so I can add in more plug-ins
for software that people *MIGHT* have installed on their system.  This
leads to better support for any product that is security related,
whether it's a virus, network, or spyware scanner.

Thirdly, any other software that may turn out to be hostile at a later
date, I can subsequently add to VTE's malware database, remove support
for, and then create more definitions/heuristics.  In the near future,
I will be adding in a networked AI scheme into VTE, which will
significantly reduce the number of definitions I would have to
manually add.  The definitions would then be handled by VTE on the
users machines.

Finally, no, I don't read/write chinese.  For foreign languages, I use
translators (with the exception of Spanish), and then translate the
results between both languages until both results come up the same.

Again, any help with finding commandline arguments for these programs
will be much appreciated.


Re: Commandline arguments


| First off, the list was significantly larger before I went through and
| weeded out that which I considered to be useless, commandline
| arguments I found on my own, or removed true duplicate entries.
| Secondly, some of the programs listed, I don't think highly of, but if
| someone wants to install and use them, go right ahead.  If they find
| them to be useful, I won't tell them otherwise.  At no point does VTE
| come bundled with any other commercial applications.
|
| Secondly, there is nothing wrong with my desire to find as many
| products that have commandline support so I can add in more plug-ins
| for software that people *MIGHT* have installed on their system.  This
| leads to better support for any product that is security related,
| whether it's a virus, network, or spyware scanner.
|
| Thirdly, any other software that may turn out to be hostile at a later
| date, I can subsequently add to VTE's malware database, remove support
| for, and then create more definitions/heuristics.  In the near future,
| I will be adding in a networked AI scheme into VTE, which will
| significantly reduce the number of definitions I would have to
| manually add.  The definitions would then be handled by VTE on the
| users machines.


That *may* be hostile ?

Do your homwork FIRST before asking such questions.  WinAntivirus (and
WinAntispyware both
from the same source) is malware.

Start with the Rogue list at Spyware Warrior
http://www.spywarewarrior.com/rogue_anti-spyware.htm

Know who are the "white hat" security software.  The fact that you have added
WinAntivirus
to the referenced list leaves you subsequent software "in doubt" and
unsupportable.


| Finally, no, I don't read/write chinese.  For foreign languages, I use
| translators (with the exception of Spanish), and then translate the
| results between both languages until both results come up the same.
|
| Again, any help with finding commandline arguments for these programs
| will be much appreciated.

Rising AntiVirus is Chinese and is for the Chinese speaking/reading computer
user.

Then there is the JUNK software.  An example would be Solo Anti virus.  It has
ZERO value.

--
Dave
http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



Re: Commandline arguments


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Well, you've got to admit, that was funny to read. :)
 
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Why.. on earth would he bother to do that? He's too lazy to checkout any
command line features of the software he's using. He's even assuming
everything listed has command line support.
 

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Re: Commandline arguments


|
| Why.. on earth would he bother to do that? He's too lazy to checkout any
| command line features of the software he's using. He's even assuming
| everything listed has command line support.
|

At least he/she isn't posting from the Columbus Ohio Public Library anymore.

--
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http://www.ik-cs.com/got-a-virus.htm



Re: Commandline arguments

idbeholda@gmail.com wrote in news:1182226246.022347.14230
@q75g2000hsh.googlegroups.com:

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Okay... So your basically writing a front-end then?

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