MULTI_AV - Kaspersky

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Is there any way I can use a manually downloaded update database from
Kaspersky's website and use it to update MULTI_AV Kaspersky scanner?
Which version of Kaspersky database should I use?5.0 or 6.0?I am
planning to use MULTI_AV on infected computers that are not connected
to the Internet.


Re: MULTI_AV - Kaspersky

nashraf.nasa@gmail.com wrote:

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Try this.

  http://www.kaspersky.com/avupdates

You can also use an FTP client (anonymous login).

  ftp://ftp.kaspersky.com/zips /

Lots of neat stuff to steal on the KL ftp server. You will have to play
with the zipped databases. Not all of them work with all versions of KAV.

Ron :)

Re: MULTI_AV - Kaspersky


| Is there any way I can use a manually downloaded update database from
| Kaspersky's website and use it to update MULTI_AV Kaspersky scanner?
| Which version of Kaspersky database should I use?5.0 or 6.0?I am
| planning to use MULTI_AV on infected computers that are not connected
| to the Internet.

The *BEST* way to do this is with a surrogate PC that is connected to the
Internet.

Install the Multi AV Scanning Tool on the surrogate PC.

Go through each AV module and update each AV module

Copy the C:\AV-CLS tree from the surrogate PC to a flash drive (thumb drive) and
then to the
affected PC.  The included PDF Help Files explains about using a surrogate.

NOTE:  The Kaspersky module is good for deleting/identifying infected files or
archives with
infected files.  However, it is not good for cleaning the Registry of an
infected platform
because it is DOS utility.  The McAfee, Sophos and Trend modules are full Win32
applications
and will repair the Registry (if possible).

Multi AV Scanning Tool
http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp

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



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