Well I created Error binary batch files to test on your computer… Try them and tell me whatsup with ’em =D.

Download them here:
Or use Mediafire (Don’t take risks with it):
ISO Dumpers:

ISO Dumpers were fucking Mediafire links….

Video Demostration:

Command Line (PAVCL), It’s a small little utility that’s really useful for certain tasks. From the main window you can configure the scan, update the signature database, select what you want to scan and launch the scan. The results window shows both the progress output as well as the detection output, by either selcting Logs->All or Logs->Detections. The “View Message” option will open a resizeable and more readable window showing the output. It’s the replacer for Panda AV Command line CMD to GUI!!!

From the configuration window you can select all the options which are available through command-line switches. Also you can define where to write the report to.


Finally a short disclaimer. This freeware utility is not developed nor supported by Panda Security. Its author can be reached by email at pavclgui[at] for suggestions and kudos.

Click on the following link to download the PAVCL GUI installer. The installer will create a directory on your desktop and copy both the PAVCL and PAVCL-GUI files. Simply run “pavcl gui.exe” from this directory.

The installer does not include a signature file (pav.sig) for size reasons. However within the PAVCL GUI utility you can enter your registered Panda CustomerID to download updated signatures on-demand.


One Response to “Bored”

  1. Nice article. Please give credit to the original blog where it came from.


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