CleanBoot 2.0 was released to enterprise users in April 2011. It won't be available under your grant id. One will have to call into McAfee support quoting KB71921 and they will provide you a special grant id to download CleanBoot. https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB71921
June 18, 2009, Version: 1.7.0
Secured2k's Boot CD
A tool to recover from malicious software and rootkits
This tool is free, however I do accept optional donations, constructive feedback, and success/failure stories for the time, energy, and knowledge put into creating this tool.
I made this tool for the many users out there that have had trouble with malware and rootkits, especially as the AntiViruses out there can detect the bad files but can not remove them due to the technology used in the malware.
This CD was NOT created by McAfee, Microsoft, or any other security software company.
This CD was created by a volunteer under the alias, "Secured2k", for the emergency use and repair of Windows PCs running Windows 2000/XP/2003 and Vista/2008/7 with an x86 compatible processor. While I have tried to ensure the safety of this program, the authors of the programs used in this CD are in no way responsible for any damages or losses caused by the use of this tool.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Boot CD Information
Download ->Create Secured2k BootCD.exe [~148 MB]
*** PLEASE READ THIS POST AND THE FOLLOWING "COMMON ISSUES" POST FULLY BEFORE USING THIS CD. ***
How to Create this CD
Note: The ISO file is created in the All Users or Public Profile Desktop under the name, "Secured2k BootCD.ISO"
How to boot using the CD
After the CD/DVD is burned, restart your computer with the CD in the computer. Some computers may start the CD automatically while others may require pressing a key at the boot up sequence. Two of the most common are ESC for HP/Compaq and F12 for Dell. Some systems may require you to enter the BIOS and change the boot order.
What the CD Will Do
Using the programs on the CD
WARNING: Removing system files and registry entries by mistake will break the system!
Bonus: QuickScan (for use in Normal Windows)
I've included QuickScan (QS.EXE) in the root folder of the CD. This is a utility for Windows 32/64-bit that will auto-update and run without installing drivers or registry entries into your system. This tool should work even if McAfee is not installed, working, or updated as long as there is a working internet connection.
After downloading the DAT and engine files, the scanner will check and attempt to clean what it finds in Memory and registered files in the system. This scan generally takes less than 5 minutes (2 min for me) and can quickly determine if you have something in your system.
Message was edited by: Mark (secured2k) on 2/1/10 9:16:18 AM ESTMessage was edited by: SamSwift on 21/09/11 17:07:20 IST