Hitman Pro Anti-Malware Review

Oct 17, 2010 @ 03:38 pm by HackingManual

So I let someone borrow my computer and what do you know it got a Virus.

None of my usual tools were working. Malwarebytes, Avira, Microsoft Security Essentials, Spyware Doctor W/Anti Virus, Spy-bot. None of them had any effect.

I decided to give Hitman Pro a shot. And wow did it surprise me. With in 5 minutes it had found the Virus, Saw the critical windows files it had corrupted. Get ready for this..It downloaded fresh copies of those windows files and replaced them before deleting the old ones. Never have I seen an Anti-virus do that. I was surprised. Hitman pro isn’t a fully time anti-virus, it’s just a scanner or as it calls it’s self, a second opinion Anti-Malware.

It can be ran from USB Drive. It does have a steep price, but it does have a 30 day trial if you find you need it. Another negative I found is that it starts to scan right away before you can activate it. Which is both good and bad. If you’ve got no viruses then great, and you don’t have to activate your 30 day license yet, but if it does find something you’ll have to activate it, then rescan. I guess overall that’s actually a benefit.

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Missing Taskbar and Icons XP (Solved)

Mar 31, 2010 @ 07:59 pm by HackingManual

If your taskbar, icons, and start barĀ  are missing from XP here’s how to fix it.Sometimes a virus will disable explorer.exe from running when you logon.

1. Ctrl + Alt + Del to bring up Task Manager.
2. Click “New Task…” then click “Browse…”
3. Click My Computer on the left panel. Click C:\ – WINDOWS
4. Navigate to explorer.exe, right click and copy explorer. Rename it to explorer1 (.exe)
5. Hit Cancel to go back to Create New Task window. Type regedit.exe and click OK.
6. In the registry editor, navigate to the following Key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
7. With the Winlogon key selected, look in the right side window for the
‘Shell” value.
8. Double click Shell. In the Value Data box, you should see Explorer.exe. Change it to
explorer1.exe and click OK.
9. Exit the registry editor and reboot the computer

Your computer should be back to functioning normally.

Find Drivers For Unknown Devices

Jun 04, 2009 @ 04:46 pm by HackingManual

Freeware program Unknown Devices makes discovering the name of your hardware a blast.

No need to open the case and look for the model number on the device. Dead Simple and Fast.

Download Unkown Devices

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