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Ok guys I'm a trojan lets see which of your securities can stop me.

A.installation:
1.in general Trojans install it self in c:\\windows or c:\\windows\\system32
2.if i am a dll Trojan it will probably named under a random name in every machine to hard the removal
3.if i am a .exe Trojan i will hide my self using attributes "hide" and "system"
4.i will drop my self in less suspected folders like c:\\program files\\windows mediaplayer
B.spreading:
1.i will copy my self to all available partitions and removable media* with autorun.inf files
C.payload:
i will name the payloads that don't go by removing the Trojans
1.compromises network security
2.compromises system security
3.disable services
4.modify HOSTS file
5.modify system registry
6.disable system restore
7..................................
D.protect my self:
there are lots of tools that will be used to remove me,so i will protect my self against malware removers and their tools"im not named Spooony now because i am the Trojan now"
1.i will modify the HOSTS and registry to block the user from entering security vendors websites
2.i will terminate(or try to) the exist anti virus,or the analyzing tools"debuggers,monitor tools,......"
3.i will use root kits methods to hide my self
4.i will run my self as a service
5.change the policies on the system so the user wont be able to use system standard tools to get rid of me
6.i will pack my self"that comodo cant mess any packed program flag as suspicious,but i don't think there is a any body running comodo anti virus"
7.i will make my self trusted for the great windows firewall
8.disable safeboot
9.so am i protected or not there are more advanced things I can do but don't wanna give some ideas now.

I bet ill be messing up 99 percent of this forums pcs in no time paid security or not
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Google for this
Avc_report25.pdf
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post #15 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
Ok guys I'm a trojan lets see which of your securities can stop me.

A.installation:
1.in general Trojans install it self in c:\\windows or c:\\windows\\system32
2.if i am a dll Trojan it will probably named under a random name in every machine to hard the removal
3.if i am a .exe Trojan i will hide my self using attributes "hide" and "system"
4.i will drop my self in less suspected folders like c:\\program files\\windows mediaplayer
B.spreading:
1.i will copy my self to all available partitions and removable media* with autorun.inf files
C.payload:
i will name the payloads that don't go by removing the Trojans
1.compromises network security
2.compromises system security
3.disable services
4.modify HOSTS file
5.modify system registry
6.disable system restore
7..................................
D.protect my self:
there are lots of tools that will be used to remove me,so i will protect my self against malware removers and their tools"im not named Spooony now because i am the Trojan now"
1.i will modify the HOSTS and registry to block the user from entering security vendors websites
2.i will terminate(or try to) the exist anti virus,or the analyzing tools"debuggers,monitor tools,......"
3.i will use root kits methods to hide my self
4.i will run my self as a service
5.change the policies on the system so the user wont be able to use system standard tools to get rid of me
6.i will pack my self"that comodo cant mess any packed program flag as suspicious,but i don't think there is a any body running comodo anti virus"
7.i will make my self trusted for the great windows firewall
8.disable safeboot
9.so am i protected or not there are more advanced things I can do but don't wanna give some ideas now.

I bet ill be messing up 99 percent of this forums pcs in no time paid security or not
I'd like to see you get past my COMODO Internet Security's Defense+.
As soon as try to access anything I'll be alerted, if the AV doesn't detect it first, that is.
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post #16 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by fazio93 View Post
I'd like to see you get past my COMODO Internet Security's Defense+.
As soon as try to access anything I'll be alerted, if the AV doesn't detect it first, that is.
6.i will pack my self that comodo cant mess any packed program flag as suspicious
^Comodo bypassed next

Ok guys to make this short. Now answer this but you got to be honest.
Who runs windows in a single user account or with the admin account?
post #17 of 62
MSE or Avira all the way. I stopped running one a while ago. Just run malwarebytes once a week and you will be fine as long as you don't click on retarded links, download random crap, and use anything other than IE.
post #18 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
6.i will pack my self that comodo cant mess any packed program flag as suspicious
^Comodo bypassed next
Incomprehensible.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
Who runs windows in a single user account or with the admin account?
I do, well, because I have COMODO.
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post #19 of 62
For Windows I use Microsoft Security Essentials I love it. works great, and had killed any virus I've used it to remove.
post #20 of 62
I use Symantec Endpoint Protection. has worked good so far for my main desktop, my server, and my laptop.
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