If your system has been infected with Troj/Delf-ALI, or you are unable to remove it from Windows computers, you can use one of Resolve’s command-line disinfectors to remove the malware and reset the infected registry keys and Windows settings.
Resolve for Delf-ALI is delivered in two versions:
1) A standalone tool for use on Windows machines that have been infected with Troj/Delf-ALI.
2) A network capable disinfector, also known as Resolve for Delf-ALI.
The command-line Disinfector (Delf-ALI.EXE) allows you to remove the Delf-ALI worm and its associated files from your Windows system. It allows you to reset affected registry keys, Windows settings and desktop icons.
The command-line Disinfector is provided as a batch file so you can clean a system from the desktop.
To use the disinfector:
1) If your system has been infected with Troj/Delf-ALI, or you are unable to remove it from Windows computers, you can use one of Resolve’s command-line disinfectors to remove the malware and reset the infected registry keys and Windows settings.
2) Download the file to a workstation on the network.
3) Open the DELFACLI.COM file and double-click on the EXE file to start the disinfector.
4) Click the Start Scan button.
5) When the disinfector finishes, a results window will be displayed. It will contain information about the malware removal process and any settings that were reset.
6) Click the Finish button to view the results.
7) Click the OK button to save any changes made by the disinfector.
If you plan to scan a network for Delf-ALI infected computers, you can also use Resolve’s network capable Disinfector (DELFAGUI.EXE) to scan your entire network.
The Resolve Network capable Disinfector (DELFAGUI.EXE) allows you to remove Delf-ALI and its associated files from Windows computers on the network. It allows you to reset affected registry keys and Windows settings.
The disinfector is delivered as a self-extracting EXE file that can be installed on a workstation on the network. You can then use DELFAGUI.EXE to scan the entire network for infected computers.
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