D7 v7.6 and Combofix, and KillEmAll Plus
D7 v7.6.1 actually, just released today with an exciting new capability. Previously D7 could not run while Combofix was running. While this hasn’t changed technically, the circumstances are vastly different. With the latest version of D7, prior to launching Combofix in either manual or D7 Auto Mode, D7 installs a Windows service that monitors Combofix until completion, and restarts D7 at that time.
What this means to you is, you can now click Auto Mode and run Combofix AND Combofix /Uninstall consecutively, and whatever else you want, and D7 will remain automated throughout the entire process and resume when Combofix is complete.
Neat trick, eh?
Another sweet new feature is KillEmAllPlus.scr v1.4 – with this new version like the last, KillEmAllPlus now runs as a Windows service, but it also will continually restart itself should IT get terminated by malware. So it will continue to restart and run until the malware processes are terminated. Also of course it runs under the Local System account so it can terminate more powerful malware than the standard KillEmAll.