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    Lightbulb Can we make this a stickey in the Spyware Forum

    Hijack this log analyzer


    http://www.hijackthis.de/

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    If we made that a sticky, why not a link to Adaware and Spybot Search and Destroy? I doubt that will be made a sticky. Not because its not a good program but because its just a matter of personal preference as to what you use.
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    no dude ... i'm not talking about the hijackthis web site ... (visit the site before you reply)

    it's a site that will analyze your hijackthis log

    it's much better then long useless posts full of log saying "pls help me what's malicious"

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    My bad, I assumed. you know what they say assumptions make an ass out of you and me or something like that well have you talked to a Mod to try and get this sticky-ed?
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    Re: Can we make this a stickey in the Spyware Forum

    Can we make this a stickey in the Spyware Forum
    Just for discussion sake....

    Although it's not a bad idea, would visitors use the sticky? We have a heck of time just getting them to read the FAQs.

    Also I would suggest that if we are going to do that, that we should include a couple different log analyzers as well

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    I dont always agree with unhappy.. But here I do.. and I would suspect his idea would be with a cavet on the use of the information... or at least asking about the results there..

    FAQ's, Stickies, Manuals who reads any of them.. bit like maps and asking for directions..
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    I think that it needs more "meat"................at the moment, a bald link to a website doesn't tell anyone very much?

    It needs a title like "Hijack This! Log Analyser"

    It needs an explanation of what it does.

    And, as Undies~ says: it needs a clear warning that these things are not foolproof

    So you need to explain what to do about things that are flagged as "unknown" or "suspicious"

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    There are several posts here that list "your favorite security tools sites".

    This is the best you're going to get.

    Here is one of them:
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=257183

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