Digital Destruction Suite 1.0

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Vendor Notes:

From the doc: ' This is the Second beta release of the gkos Digital Destruction suite, it has somewhat limited function as of right now. This is beta stuff and I plan to be releasing a new version every week to two weeks'.


UpYours [McAfee], VirTool.Win32.UpYours.40.a [Kaspersky], VirTool.Win32.UpYours.40.b1 [Kaspersky], Virus Constructor [Panda]


Mail Bomber: Software that will flood a victim's inbox with hundreds or thousands of pieces of mail. Such mail generally does not correctly reveal its source.

Flooder: A program that overloads a connection by any mechanism, such as fast pinging, causing a DoS attack.

Trojan Creation Tool: A program designed to create Trojans. Some of these tools merely wrap existing Trojans, to make them harder to detect. Others add a trojan to an existing product (such as RegEdit.exe), making it a Dropper.

Virus Creation Tool: A program designed to generate viruses. Even early virus creation tools were able to generate hundreds or thousands of different, functioning viruses, which were initially undetectable by current scanners.

Similar Pests:

Mail Bomber · Flooder · Trojan Creation Tool · Virus Creation Tool



Global kOS

By This Group:

Panther ·

Date of Origin:

March, 1997



  • Digital Destruction Suite 1.0: 0.4%
  • More Info

    Clot Factor:

  • Digital Destruction Suite 1.0: 9
  • The "Clot Factor" is a measure of how much a pest "gums up" a machine by adding registry entries, files, and directories. As more objects are placed in a machine, manual removal becomes more difficult and more error-prone.


    Storage Required:

  • Digital Destruction Suite 1.0: at least 1605 KB
  • Detection and Removal

    Automatic Removal:

    PestPatrol detects this.

    PestPatrol removes this.

    Manual Removal:

    Follow these steps to remove Digital Destruction Suite 1.0 from your machine. Begin by backing up your registry and your system, and/or setting a Restore Point, to prevent trouble if you make a mistake.
    Stop Running Processes:

    Kill these running processes with Task Manager:

    Remove Files:

    Remove these files (if present) with Windows Explorer:


    File Analyses:

    More Info:

  • AllTheWeb, AltaVista, AOL Search, Ask Jeeves, Google, HotBot, Lycos, LookSmart, MSN, Yahoo!
  • Research By:

  • PestPatrol's Pest Research Center
  • Last Revised:

    April 02, 2005