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About Combofix is not much to say, is one of the best tools
Before use read the guide (not to have problems later)

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Ice Sword

Posted: 21 May 2010 in SecurityProducts, Tools
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IceSword has a Windows Explorer-like interface but displays hidden processes and resources that Windows Explorer would never show. It isn’t a “click-here-to-delete-rootkits” product but a sophisticated discovery tool that can protect against sinister rootkits if used before they infect a machine

[ Download ] Current Version – 1.22 – English

Current Version – 1.22 – English – MD5: 49582e999155cdf2812a1d645caf0831

This tool is for advance users

Spyware Terminator ( )

Scanning :

  • On demand Fast Scan – scans only critical areas of your system, allowing you to quickly assess your computer’s health
  • On demand Full Scan – scans all areas of your system, thoroughly scanning every file on your hard drive and encompassing everything performed during a fast scan.
  • On demand Virus and Spyware Scan – using the optional ClamAV component, this scan offers everything performed during a Full Scan plus checks all files against the ClamAV database of threats.
  • On demand Customized Scan – gives the user the ability to customize how a spyware scan is performed, including the ability to store up to five different custom scan profiles.
  • Scheduled Scan – provides the user with the ability to schedule spyware scans on a daily or weekly basis.
  • System Report – When the scan is finished, detailed scan information is reported about the state of system. This information can be copied into a text editor or posted to any of your preferred security forums on the internet.
  • Context menu scan option – The integrated entry in the right-click context menu allows for scanning of any file or folder you are currently viewing in Windows Explorer. Just right-click the file or folder and click “Scan with Spyware Terminator”.


What does “HIPS” mean anyway?

It stands for Host Intrusion Prevention System.

In essence it’s a program that alerts the user to a malware program such as a virus that may be trying to run on the user’s computer, or that an unauthorized user such as a hacker may have gained access to the user’s computer