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By Ron@D.O. ·
I'm running NT 4.0 SP6 & IIS 4.0 as my Web server. I've had a hacker install a program into cgi-bin folder that shows no name. I've tried to delete it with no luck. I tried to bring up a DOS window to delete the cgi-bin folder, but DOS will not work. How do I make an NTFS boot disk to not let this rouge program load into memory so I can delete the cgi folder???

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by dmiles In reply to NTFS Bootdisk

Reference the following sites to gather info to create NTFS boot disk
Microsoft knowledgebase article-Q119467
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q119/4/67.ASP
2)NTFS Boot Disk
http://www.nthelp.com/351/boot.htm

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by Ron@D.O. In reply to NTFS Bootdisk

Thank You!!

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by mhoward In reply to NTFS Bootdisk

If you have an Windows 98 CD, you can create an NTFS DOS boot set. This will allow you to boot and see those hidden files. Regular DOS will not. You can also find it at:

http://gaestar.dyndns.org/sharewares/freesoftware.htm

Hope this works foryou...
-Mike

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by Ron@D.O. In reply to NTFS Bootdisk

Thank You!!

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