What is SetupRevelationV2?

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  1. nycflip22

    nycflip22 New Member

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    I downloaded it because it says Password hacker/viewer or something on this website.

    I tried running the program but nothing happened.
    I tried to delete it but it wont work..

    What is it? how can i get rid of it?
     
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    nycflip22 New Member

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    My Virus scan detected it with the PUP name of "PWCrack-SnadBoy"
     
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    pwned by your own attempts at deviance. How embarassing. Though, I suppose not as embarassing as being pwned by someone else's deviance...

    If you're lucky, you can reboot in Safe Mode and run McAfee Stinger to remove the virus. First, turn off System Restore, because some viruses can hide in System Restore Points. You can turn off System Restore by right-clicking on My Computer, choosing "Properties", and going to the "System Restore" tab in the Properties window.

    Then go to A DIFFERENT computer, download McAfee Stinger from (surprise!) www.mcafee.com, put it on a floppy disk, flip the little read-only switch to keep the virus from hacking the Stinger program, and run it on your computer. Ignore the error message telling you the disk is read-only --- you WANT it to be read-only.

    Best of luck. Don't steal passwords.
     
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    Revelation is a program that displays a saved password shown as ***** into plaintext. I haven't used it in awhile so newer versions may do more.

    It is actually useful and has helped me out a few times.


    PUP = potentially unwanted program.

    It sounds like your antivirus is marking it as bad because it is a password cracker.
     

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