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NOTE: Before you perform the command-line scanning, please make sure the program is running with the latest virus signature file. To perform a command-line scan, go to the command prompt (click START > RUN > Type CMD) and locate where the program is...
Below are F-PROT Command-Line Scanner (fpscan) return codes which accurately reflect the success or failure of the scan operation with their description. This is a bit vector and you can have more than one result per scan.Notes: Bits 1 and 2 are infection...
FPScan uses various tags to report the outcome of each scanned file. Below is the full list of tags that can possibly appear in your scan report: [No disinfection available] - Does not appear except in specific circumstances. This cannot be explained...
To run a normal scan on your computer in Safe Mode with Command Prompt [1] or by going to Start>Run, write CMD and press Enter, please write the commands below. Please note that the command line scanner can not quarantine infected files. For that pu...
F-PROT Antivirus Command-Line Scanner command-line options feature a short, one-letter form, and a long form. Short form options are preceded by a single hyphen (as in -t, -l) and long form options are preceded by a forward slash "/" (as in /str...
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