RegRun uses special technology to search for viruses unknown to antiviral software.
This is not signature scanning, but rather "infection scanning". During a session, RegRun opens and monitors a number of "bait" program and macro files, which are vulnerable to infection by any active virus. If any of these files change, RegRun will advise you, and facilitate your communication with your antivirus supplier by providing you before and after samples.
If you activate DOS mode monitoring, RegRun inserts the command "bait.exe" into autoexec.bat. During Secure Start DOS, it compares "bait.exe" and "bait.org".
If you activate Windows monitoring, RegRun inserts the command "winbait.exe" into the Registry-All Users Run list. WatchDog compares "winbait.exe" and "winbait.org".
The files winbait.exe and winbait.org are located in the Windows folders. Many viruses try to infect execution files in the Windows folder.
If the "bait" files are not identical, RegRun warns you.
You can try to test bait.exe and winbait.exe by installed antivirus software.
If it doesn't help, send all bait files to antiviral company for a cure for the virus.
Open RegRun Control Center, Security, Infection Detector to set it up.
Infection Detector is automatically activated if you selected "High" or "Ultra High" Security Level.