An important update concerning BugHunter!
What is BugHunter?
BugHunter is a DOS based malware scanner which has a frequently updated
database of signatures as well as engine updates. The program is designed
to quickly scan for and optionally disable/remove any known malware found.
BugHunter is able to detect browser hijackers, rogue programs, adware,
keyloggers, spyware (including some commercial ones), rootkits which
are file based, malicious java/html/vb scripts, and various worms.
As BugHunter is DOS based and does not require installation of any sort,
it can easily be copied to various media and used to disinfect other
systems without those systems having potentially harmful code present in
memory. BugHunter gets along fine with most memory resident programs, and
supports being run from a boot diskette/cdrom, such as BartPE.
The scanning routine is very fast, and requires few resources from your
machine. BugHunter will run well on DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows 9x, Windows
NT, Windows 2k, Windows XP and Windows 2003.
BugHunter does not edit the registry of the system in any way, it simply
identifies and optionally removes found files. As BugHunter relies on dat
file technology similar to that of a virus scanner, updates to the datafile
and the program itself will be released from time to time on the Website.
For NTFS based operating systems, BugHunter can be run from a BartPE
cdrom. BugHunter will run under NTFSDOS, but odd results have been
reported using it. For example, the date/time stamp of the log file will
be wrong. Scanning does not seem to be affected.