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    Is there an antivirus tool on BT that I can use to scan an NTFS partition and remove anything it finds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asymptote View Post
    Is there an antivirus tool on BT that I can use to scan an NTFS partition and remove anything it finds?
    Not that I'm aware of.
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    can you not just mount the NTFS volume on winblows? i dont want to divert from what backtrack is and what it is for , but i know its not for that

    Let us leave this post now question answed anyway by theprez98
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    Maybe try an online virus scanner
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...=Google+Search

    and if you copy something over to *nix isn't kind of pointless to worry about a virus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by asymptote View Post
    Is there an antivirus tool on BT that I can use to scan an NTFS partition and remove anything it finds?
    Nothing on BT as far as I know but you can try installing AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 7.5 for Linux and see if that serves your purpose.

    You can also try looking here for a possible solution.

    Good Luck
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