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Posted on 2012-09-19
Last Modified: 2012-09-24
I've found that this a particular piece of malware that will put a mahine in test mode so it can run unsigned 64-bit drivers.  This makes removal difficult.  Is there a way, that one can scan their network for any machines that are in "test mode"?  Any help is greatly appreciated.
Question by:itsmevic
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    Test Mode ..??

    There is a group policy to not allow unsigned drivers installation if that could help
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    Setting test mode is a Windows feature.  
    Microsoft added test mode to Windows so that users can test programs without having to provide an authentication certificate.
    You can turn it off:

    I don't see how scanning our machines will help you.

    Or, is it something else you need?

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