HitmanPro 3.7.0 Build 179

Hitman Pro 3 is a fast all-in-one tool to locate, identify and remove viruses, spyware, trojans, rootkits and other malware. Hitman Pro 3 will quickly show if your PC is infected with malicious software. Hitman Pro 3 uses innovative cloud computing techniques to detect and remove potential malware threats with minimal impact on system performance. Hitman Pro is designed to work alongside existing security programs without any conflicts. It scans the computer quickly (less than 5 minutes) and does not slow down the computer (except for the few minutes it is scanning). Hitman Pro does not need to be installed. It can be run straight from a USB flash drive, a CD/DVD, local or network attached hard drive.

What's new in this version:

  • ADDED: HitmanPro.Kickstart to easily remove ransomware using USB flash drive. For more information and video's: www.surfright.com/kickstart
  • ADDED: Flying Kick icon on the Welcome screen.
  • Click this icon to turn any existing USB flash drive into a bootable HitmanPro.Kickstart USB flash drive.
  • ADDED: Zero-day detection of ransomware through behavioral scan.
  • ADDED: Zero-day detection of Zbot infections through behavioral scan.
  • ADDED: Automatic creation of log files.
  • ADDED: Logs under Settings, History where you can view the created log files.
  • ADDED: /nologs command line option.
  • ADDED: Scan for specific recent files (part of remnant scan).
  • ADDED: NoViewContextMenu policy repair.
  • IMPROVED: Removal of ZeroAccess (Sirefef) infected services.exe on 64-bit systems.
  • IMPROVED: NTFS parser. On some systems HitmanPro processed too many files due to incorrectly parsing specifc NTFS records. These systems should see an improvement in scan speed.
  • IMPROVED: Crusader to replace infected critical system files with clean original versions.
  • IMPROVED: Remnant scanner.
  • IMPROVED: Parsing of registry keys related to the Windows Shell (XP).
  • FIXED: On some systems HitmanPro unnecessarily restarted explorer.exe.
  • UPDATED: Support driver.
  • UPDATED: German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and English languages.
  • Version 3.7.

Download: HitmanPro 3.7.0 Build 179 | 64-bit | ~8.0 MB (Shareware)
View: Screenshots | Hitman Pro Website

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OK. So "massively" infected was a bit over the top, which is why I also stated it had other things, but it found nothing, regardless. I always have it set to show hidden files when trying to clean some one else's crap.

I was able to get into safe mode, warning doesn't, or didn't come up then, and removed the crap with Malwarebytes though.

"massively infected with that FBI"?

How can it be Massively infected with the FBI ransomware? It's only one piece of malware.

The FBI Ransomware is usually just a single exe file running on startup located in the following directories

c:\programdata
c:\users\(name)\appdata\roaming
c:\users\(name)\appdata\local

then just tell it to show hidden files and system files. Safe mode is your best bet for this.

The FBI warning also runs in Safe Mode, doesn't allow anything to come up such as Task Manager and takes up the entire screenas soon as you log on . Didn't try another account, couldn't create one becuase I didn't get to a prompt. Nor did I try safe mode without networking as I was working on the PC remotely. Windows R didn't even work. Ended up needing to do an offline removal, just was quicker that way. So I re-imaged from a nightly backup the prior day, I perfer not to deal with a 'post cleaned' pc. Those paths also didn't show any files when accessing them remotely from another pc.

warwagon said,
"massively infected with that FBI"?

How can it be Massively infected with the FBI ransomware? It's only one piece of malware.

The FBI Ransomware is usually just a single exe file running on startup located in the following directories

c:\programdata
c:\users\(name)\appdata\roaming
c:\users\(name)\appdata\local

then just tell it to show hidden files and system files. Safe mode is your best bet for this.

Klownicle said,
The FBI warning also runs in Safe Mode, doesn't allow anything to come up such as Task Manager and takes up the entire screenas soon as you log on . Didn't try another account, couldn't create one becuase I didn't get to a prompt. Nor did I try safe mode without networking as I was working on the PC remotely. Windows R didn't even work. Ended up needing to do an offline removal, just was quicker that way. So I re-imaged from a nightly backup the prior day, I perfer not to deal with a 'post cleaned' pc. Those paths also didn't show any files when accessing them remotely from another pc.

When that happens, I just use a barpe cd and also do a kasperksy rescue disc scan.

Used this for the first time just a couple days ago on a computer that was massively infected with that FBI warning thing, amongst others. It found nothing but tracking cookies.