Zapp seeker prog?

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By OeiOeiVogeltje

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10-09-2011, 22:09

Hello

i have been wondering ,since this Zapp had its birthday some weeks ago , if there is some kind of seekerprog to unzap the infected files

nowadays a lot of people have big media to store files on and have them sorted in several subdirs

now i have to go into each dir
run the unzapp prog
en go on to the next (sub) dir
and do the thing again

isnt there some prog that can roam through all subdirs available and run ths unzapp prog?

any other ideas??

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By NYYRIKKI

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11-09-2011, 00:58

How about something like: (Requires COMMAND 2.4x)

rem UZ.BTM

gosub ~NewDir
end

~NewDir
set file = %@ffirst[*.*]%

~NextFile
set file = %_fnext%
if %@len[%file% ]% == 1 goto ~NoMoreFiles
set attr = %@fileattr[%file%]%
iff not %@instr[%attr%,D]% == 0 then
   iff not %file%==. and not %file%==.. then
   gosub ~Handler
   endiff
endiff

goto ~NextFile

~NoMoreFiles
return

~Handler
cd %file%
\utils\unzap *.*
gosub ~NewDir
set pfile = %@file[%@full[.]%]%
cd ..
set file = %@ffirst[*.*]%
~Prnts
set file = %_fnext%
if not %pfile%!== %file%! goto ~Prnts
return

By Meits

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11-09-2011, 01:24

Arf NYYRIKKI... This renders my tutorial on how to make a batchfile for this totally obsolete... Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

By OeiOeiVogeltje

Paragon (1310)

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11-09-2011, 10:33

AAAAHHHH

SEXY!!!

Meits ,Thanks anyway!!

By OeiOeiVogeltje

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12-09-2011, 21:25

and it even works too
not very fast but it does

its better to use unzapp (2 p's) that tcav since tcav only checks .com files

and who doesnt have a command.old on his/her storage medium?

i did see a *** too many parameters message but it continued after that

its still scanning now so ill let you know how it goes

oh

a way to NEATLY delete the .inf files that are created by unzapp?
so NOT delete ALL .inf files?

By ray2day

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26-09-2011, 22:53

The batch programm aboves works very well. Thank you Nyyrikki!

However I did scan all my directories, subdirectories and partitions and UNZAPP.COM said nothing was infected, I did not rely on it. So I changed the date of my MSX to the 8th of August... and again I got the message "Did you know today's ZAPP's birthday?" Damn#*@! Was I ever gonna get rid of this message!? I have found the solution;

I did some research. Again I run the batch programm / and UNZAPP.COM 'loose' and while running it I noticed COMMAND2.COM was not scanned by UNZAPP.COM!! So the conclusion was easy; COMMAND2.COM was still infected!

I tried TCAV.COM (MSX Archive) and this programm did scan COMMAND2.COM, and after that I didn't get the message anymore. So I can say I am official clean now.

By NYYRIKKI

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27-09-2011, 19:44

Yeah... works as requested... The script scans all subdirs, not the root dir Tongue

Eek!

By ray2day

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27-09-2011, 20:40

I don't think the problem is the batch file;

Like said I runned UNZAPP.COM 'loose' (without using the batch file)
in the rootdirectory and UNZAPP.COM did not scan COMMAND2.COM.

By MSXPro

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09-03-2012, 05:55

I tried to use this bat in commad 2.44 but get a some messages ***Unrecognized command  and do not work.

By Manuel

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09-03-2012, 23:26

You probably didn't have unzap here:

\utils\unzap

By MSXPro

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24-03-2012, 09:57

No... I have Unzapp.com (note.. I changed to this name in batch) in folder utils.

Part of problem is the name of batch file...  must be *.BTM (* = any name) and not *.BAT Tongue

Now it's scan first folder on my C: drive, but stop on first folder and returns to DOS prompt.

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