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Anti Spyware

Hi friends,

I am developing one application like Anti spyware.how to get those spyware dlls present in our registry or our system.And what is adware,Trojans, Malware, Keylogger.how to find those data programmatically.please anyone provide me source code for that.I am not getting any idea for how to get those data from the registry.

Thanks in advance
Sep 16 '08 #1
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Curtis Rutland
3,256 Expert 2GB
Sorry, but we can't do your work for you here. We can help you with specific coding problems, but we won't design or write your program for you. Please don't ask for complete source code on this forum.


How can you possibly expect to write anti-spyware software if you don't know what Adware,Trojans, Malware, and Keyloggers are?

And why attempt to re-invent the wheel? There are hundreds of antivirus and anti-spyware options available, each with a professional staff who's job it is to keep their programs updated. Many are even free.
Sep 16 '08 #2

I am developing Anti spyware product. I got idea on what is spyware. I have seen different softwares. In that they are searching for memory items, registry items and file items. But how to find those spyware in our system.Based on which exes and dlls we can tell spyware, malware and trojans etc. are present in our system.Please give me some idea to find spyware dlls,exes etc.

Thanks in advance
Sep 17 '08 #3
427 Expert 256MB
This is such a huge area of IT, that you can actually specialize in it. It will take reading atleast a few books before one can go and write software like that. You will not find that kind of help on this forum... If you have a specific question relevant to code we will be more than happy to help you, but your question is just too broad.

Good luck
Sep 17 '08 #4
Curtis Rutland
3,256 Expert 2GB
Do not double post your questions, especially once a moderator has already warned you about the question once.

Threads merged and closed.

Sep 17 '08 #5

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