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Application with a Trojan


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This may seem strange but I have an Application that I wish to run even though I know it contains a Trojan. I have tried to view this using the Program SANDBOXIE but with no luck as I cannot import or add the file to SANDBOXIE. Does anyone know how I can run the application without it writing to my hard drive.
Please help.

I have not run the application yet.

Edited by J_c, 04 May 2008 - 03:40 PM.

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Rorschach112

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What is the application
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its an i-pod phone converter - although the app isn't important, I just need a way of viewing this without writing it to any of my hard drives.

Edited by J_c, 04 May 2008 - 03:59 PM.

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This site deals with so many malware problems every day. We aren't going to help somebody get around a file that has a trojan in it. It sounds like you are using a crack, if not, I am sure you can find a suitable legitimate file as a replacement for the one that has a trojan in it. Why would you want to run a program that has a trojan in it in the first place I will never know.

It is only a matter of time before you damage your PC if you continue to try run malware infected programs.
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