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BHO tool

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keydet89
Senior Member
 

BHO tool

Post Posted: Nov 12, 04 13:57

All,

I'm looking for a command line interface (CLI) tool to identify Browser Helper Objects installed on a system. Any assistance along these lines would be appreciated...even if identifying BHOs is only part of what it does.

Thanks,

Harlan Carvey
"Windows Forensics and Incident Recovery"
www.windows-ir.com  
 
  

keydet89
Senior Member
 

Re: BHO tool

Post Posted: Nov 15, 04 22:40

Never mind...wrote my own.

Thanks,

Harlan Carvey
"Windows Forensics and Incident Recovery"
www.windows-ir.com  
 
  

Halloway
Newbie
 

Re: BHO tool

Post Posted: Dec 19, 04 05:51

Any chance you might feel like passing that on, mate.  
 
  

mickeypop
Newbie
 

Re: BHO tool - BHODemon 2.0

Post Posted: Apr 22, 05 21:02

you should check out this BHO checker

    it will not only identify them, but will let you block them as well.
    it runs as a deamon and REALLY helps with spyware forensics.
    it also can log them for you


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