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As update Malwarebytes on a computer isolated from the network

Written by Xaus Xavier Nadal on November 17th, 2011

Good,

As many of you know when we have a infected computer virus first thing you have to do is disconnect from the network being isolated and getting equipment and not spread the virus to other computers.

The second step we must do is go into safe mode and run anti-virus systems, anti-malware, etc ...

One of my favorites is anti-malware Malwarebytes which you can download from the following link:

http://www.infospyware.com/antispyware/malwarebytes-antimalware/

In the case of an isolated computer what you must do is to download and update the following:

From an uninfected machine to download and install MalwareBytes.

Once installed to update to the latest version.

Close MalwareBytes.

Copying to a pen-drive the downloaded program Malwarebytes.

I copy from the uninfected pc path: C: \ ProgramData \ Malwarebytes \ Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware \ files rules.ref and the file build.conf Folder Configuration to the pen-drive.

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Connect the pen-drive to the infected computer and install the application. (Do not mark any option to run and update).

Copy from the pen-drive file rules.ref and copy the following path:

C: \ ProgramData \ Malwarebytes \ Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware \

Copy from the pen-drive file build.conf and copy the following path:

C: \ ProgramData \ Malwarebytes \ Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware \ Configuration \

En Windows 2000 the path where to copy the file rules.ref y build.confthis in:

C: \ Documents and Settings \ All Users \ Application Data \ Malwarebytes \ Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware

Now if the application commandments can see that is current today.

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Greetings.

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2 Responses to "How to Update Malwarebytes on a computer isolated from the network"

  1. Mitsuru Says:

    interesting, thanks for sharing that trick, did not know

  2. Ignacio Says:

    Very good article, I'll remember that in case I need in the future.

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