From Foolish IT:
D7 is a tool for PC technicians to aid in many tasks and provide a uniform procedure for technicians to follow. It has many capabilities and many uses including offline and live malware removal assistance, offline registry editing, data backup and restore, CPU/RAM stress testing, information gathering and quality assurance uses. Too much to list here, right now at least. It also combines some other projects of mine such as DataGrab and CheckDisk, among other smaller things. Note that D7 is not the malware scanner or remover, you are. Youcontrol it's behavior by whitelist/blacklist functionality, and by your own pair of hopefully good eyeballs. D7's MalwareScan functionality is designed to show you what D7 doesn't recognize, by whitelisting known good items, and automatically deleting known bad items. From there, D7's MalwareScan merely shows you what is left after the whitelisting/blacklisting is applied. From there, you have the option to whitelist, blacklist, delete, rename, ignore, google, or whatever you want with the results. Included with D7 are some sample whitelists/blacklists. It's up to you to decide if you should use them and add to them, or delete them and create your own. This tool can be very dangerous and destructive in the wrong hands, or even in the right ones. I have personally even hosed my own development machine by accidentally clicking the wrong button. Sometimes I don't fully *test* D7 prior to use. So you are forewarned! If you are concerned about your data or the well being of your computer, then please make a backup of everything important prior to using D7. This tool is intended for experienced pc technicians only, not for "end users."
What's new in this version:
Version 4.2.0 includes a new and vastly easier 3rd Party Tools initial setup and maintenance, new abilities to interface with lots of new 3rd Party Tools, tons of new reporting options, automatic file signature verification in Malware Scan, NIC profiling, and tons of bug fixes among other feature enhancements!