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Default [05.10.14][TOOL] Depensa! [Windows]

Depensa! --

"Tool against nasty viruses that turn files and folders into shortcuts."



Features:
  • Simple and easy to use (One time installation)
  • Light and fast (Only 637Kb; Real-Time detection)
  • Compatible to all Windows version and platform
  • Automatically scans removable drives
  • Removes suspicious files and shortcuts
  • Recover hidden files and folders
  • Prevent against future infections


Instructions:
  1. Extract "Depensa!.zip"
  2. Execute "Depensa!.exe"
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To install Depensa! on system startup:
  1. Right click "Depensa!" on system tray
  2. Select "About"
  3. Click the Depensa! logo
Silent Mode runs Depensa! without the system tray. Good for public PCs.


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Shorcut Virus
  • There are many available methods out there to overcome this, but some are difficult to use and most likely will only restore the files and folders, of which the system is already infected with the virus.


Depensa!
  1. Not an antivirus solution and does not meant to be a replacement for antivirus software.
  2. It prevent attacks that antivirus solution cannot fully detect, remove and restore.


IMPORTANT
  • Antivirus software and Depensa! are two complementary security layers and I recommended using both.
  • Depensa! works well and should run alongside antivirus software without any conflicts.
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This looks very interesting. Will try it out and let you know how I get on. (Could be a while, have a lot of machines and OSs to try it on!)

Have you ever run it yourself in conjunction with Comodo Internet Security?
 
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With all due respect for your work on this, is there any chance you could release the source code? Your account doesn't have a sufficiently developed reputation that I'm comfortable running an arbitrary EXE from the Internet on your say-so.

Also, I've never encountered the type of malware you're discussing; is it a regional thing?
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XapHandler, Root Webserver, OEM Marketplace XAPs, Bookmarklets collection (Find On Page), Interop-unlock hacks.


Do not private message me with questions that should have been posted on the forum! Not only are you wasting your time - I'm not going to bother writing an answer to such a question for only one person - but I will probably block you from PMing me in the future as well.
 
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With all due respect for your work on this, is there any chance you could release the source code? Your account doesn't have a sufficiently developed reputation that I'm comfortable running an arbitrary EXE from the Internet on your say-so.

Also, I've never encountered the type of malware you're discussing; is it a regional thing?
Sorry, my codes are not for release. Yes, I dont have that reputation you're looking for, I am not a developer. --just a hobbyist or maybe a tinkerer having own personal projects. I just thought of sharing this and might help others suffering with the same problem.

Well, not really, but maintaining 15+ pc units and getting infected with the said malware is very annoying. Restricting the use of removable drives can be a better option though, but not in a public cafe where most of the user will be using it.
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This looks very interesting. Will try it out and let you know how I get on. (Could be a while, have a lot of machines and OSs to try it on!)

Have you ever run it yourself in conjunction with Comodo Internet Security?
I only tried using it with avast! in all windows version and platform. Please do come back with your feedback
 
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great stuff bro though i dont use any anti virus , which one you suggest to go with your work

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great stuff bro though i dont use any anti virus , which one you suggest to go with your work

thanks mate
I always prefer and have used avast! for a long time now

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