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Re: [Full-Disclosure] Imaging Operating Systems
From: Epic (epichack3r.com)
Date: Thu May 27 2004 - 13:48:11 CDT
In a large telemarketing company I used to I.T. for, we ran across Deep
This product allowed pretty much any changes to be made to the machine
including customizations, deletions, and propagation of virus / worms,
without harm to the machine. In fact all it took was a simple reboot to
clear what changed had been made, and have the machine back to its
* 100% complete recovery on every restart
* Full access to all computer functions
* Guaranteed compatibility with all applications
* Single install for Windows 95, 98 ME, 2000, XP
* Operates in any user mode, including Administrator
* Protects more than one physical hard disk
* Password protected and completely secure
* Supports multiple hard drives & partitions
* SCSI, ATA & IDE hard drive support
* Fully compatible with daylight savings time
* FAT, FAT32, NTFS, basic and dynamic disks
* Deploy on multiple workstations as part of a master image
* Protects CMOS
* Protects master boot record
* Supports multi-boot environments
* Select specific partitions to be thawed
* Set the number of thawed restarts with boot control
* Uses only 2MB of Disk Space
* Silent install for rapid network deployment
* Fully Compatible with Fast User Switching
*I hope this is what you are looking for.
Shawn Cox wrote:
>PowerQuest Drive Image(I think Norton gobbled this one up)
>Or for the truly crafty vmWare.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Michael Schaefer" <mbsmistrealm.com>
>To: "Full-Disclosure" <full-disclosurelists.netsys.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 1:55 PM
>Subject: [Full-Disclosure] Imaging Operating Systems
>>We are building a Windows test system, to try out tool bars, spy ware,
>>malware and trojans on.
>>Once we learn what we need to know, we obviously want to get rid of the
>>junk quickly and cleanly.
>>I keep hearing suggestions about having a "clean image" to transfer onto
>>Can anyone send some details?
>>Is there an official Microsoft way to do this?
>>Is some sort of over the network OS installation script in order here?
>>Are there other vendors that do a better job?
>>Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
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