Small, fast and easy-to-use scanner for JPEG files infected with the MS04-028 exploit, which attempts to repair items or deletes them
|Updated||Sep 26th 2013|
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|Crack Size||27 KB|
JPEGScan is a compact and portable applciation that scans any drive or folder for JPEG images infected with the MS04-028 exploit, and attempts to repair them.
Since installation is not a prerequisite, you can drop the executable file somewhere on the hard drive and click it to run.
It is also possible to save JPEGScan to a pen drive or external HDD, in order to run it on any workstation without previous installers.
An important aspect to take into account is that the Windows registry does not get updated with new entries, and files are not left behind after program removal.
The app is wrapped in a regular window with a simple layout, where you can point out the drive or directory to scan and initialize the task without making further adjustments. It is also possible to create an entry in the Explorer context menu for quickly scanning locations while exploring the hard drive.
Aside from attempting to repair infected files, JPEGScan Crack is also capable of deleting them rapidly. Network administrators may use the program to verify infected JPEGs of all computers via LAN.
We have noticed a minimal CPU and RAM consumption during the app's runtime. It has a good reaction speed and takes little time to complete a scan job. Although it has not been updated for a long time, we have not come across any issues when running JPEGScan on newer operating systems. Thanks to its overall simplcity and powerful features, the program should satisfy all users.
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