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venerdì 20 marzo 2009

AIMFix piccolo ma ottimo tool per la sicurezza del nostro PC

Piattaforma: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows XP Dimensione: 0,19 Mb
Licenza: Freeware

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Piccolo ma ottimo tool riguardo la sicurezza del nostro PC, permette infatti di rilevare tutti i virus conosciuti, cancellarne i file e le chiave del registro modificate dagli stessi. Ultima versione: 1.6.415.1737

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L’AIM Fix è stato specificamente disegnato per l’eliminazione di virus e vermi che attaccano il sistema dall’AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), il sistema di messaggeria istantanea di AOL.

Le sue funzioni sono indirizzate all’eliminazione di file di virus e alla terminazione dei loro relativi processi, oltre all’eliminazione di tutte le entrate che vengono scritte sul registro di Windows affinché queste infezioni venissero avviate all’avvio del sistema.

History:

In November of 2003, the Realphx worm spread like...well, a virus, and was all over the web, hijacking people's AIM profiles and installing huge amounts of spyware on their computers. Thanks to Dave at rsasisp.com, a removal tool was provided, called phxfix. However, only a matter of days later, a new worm appeared linking to talkstocks.net. This was a simple variant of the realphx worm, and as there was very little information available, I posted a simple page detailing removal steps.

That simple page suddenly started to get a LOT of hits, and links all over the web. My little webpage was all the sudden being visited by thousands, then hundreds of thousands, of people, all looking for help. I worked through various attempts at making removal tools for people, but they were spotty at best.

Finally, I contacted Dave from RSAISP and he was kind enough to pass along the source code for his removal tool for me to use. Using that as a launching pad, I took a crash course on C++ for Windows and AIMFix was eventually born. While only about five or six lines from the original phxfix code actually remain, without it I would never have been able to put together AIMFix. I also would like to thank Jon and Warren for all their help.

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