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Virustotal on Windows XP


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Virustotal is an online service, nowadays called a web app. I used this service in combination with an upload tool in the past. It is called Virustotal Uploader 2.2. Another tool is Winja 7.1. Anyway, you need a browser to display the scan results. Which browser doesn't support Virustotal anymore? 

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1 hour ago, DrunkenTanker said:

MyPal 29.  Possible VT errror. Console reports: @SyntaxError: invalid regexp group@

If using Mypal 29 or any other old browser you have to access VirusTotal from now on by this special link: https://www.virustotal.com/old-browsers/ 
This is a minimal interface for browsers that do not support full-fledged VirusTotal. The interface of Virustotal has apparently changed the last days as many other sites too. I hate that. :realmad:

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2 hours ago, AstroSkipper said:

The interface of Virustotal has apparently changed the last days as many other sites too. I hate that.

They use and other websites 3rd party javasctipt code and css. Oh, this css, I'm shocked. Described issue because developer does bad thing in javasctipt. I also can't get infromation about API. They has broken website totally. So, I also looking for alternative web services.

I sent a mail to VT support about this  problem 5 days ago. Many mails could give a result.

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On 5/23/2022 at 3:04 PM, AstroSkipper said:

The website virustotal.com works with its new interface in 360Chrome v11 (and presumably higher, not tested!). And for old browser only the minimal interface: https://www.virustotal.com/old-browsers/. Therefore a lot of extensions and access to VirusTotal api too will have been broken. :realmad:

Cheers, AstroSkipper surmene.gif

I have to correct my statement. The new interface of VirusTotal is shown in 360Chrome v11 but it doesn't work. You can upload a file, but results aren't shown. In all browsers I've tried I can't log in virustotal.com. The new "VirusTotal" is crap! :realmad:

On 5/23/2022 at 5:42 PM, Ben Markson said:

Maybe I'm not understanding something but I don't have any problems using the VirusTotal website...

https://www.virustotal.com takes me to https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/upload

Ben.

 

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Very strange is that Firefox 52.9.0esr is the only browser which really works on virustotal.com. New interface is shown correctly and works properly. So what's going on here? :dubbio: The only working tool to access VirusTotal service is Winja VirusTotal Uploader 7.1, but detailed results can only shown in a working browser like Firefox 52.9.0esr, of course. All other tools are broken on XP due to the new interface, unless your default browser is Firefox 52.9.0esr.

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Ok. I added this problem to the issues of Mypal 68. Issue #78: https://github.com/Feodor2/Mypal68/issues/78. @feodor2 gave me a tip to solve the problem by setting dom.moduleScripts.enabled to false. Setting dom.moduleScripts.enabled to false leads to loading of the new interface, a file can be uploaded and the results (Checking hash) are shown. :cheerleader: The further good news are in New Moon 28 this setting works perfectly too. :cheerleader: The VirusTotal Uploader 2.2 is working again either. :cheerleader: And presumably the reason why it works in the old Firefox 52.9.0esr is that there is no entry dom.moduleScripts.enabled. :yes:  In any case be aware that this setting could break other sites! Anyway, I'll stay with it and report if other sites are negatively affected.

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On 5/26/2022 at 12:50 AM, AstroSkipper said:

Ok. I added this problem to the issues of Mypal 68. Issue #78: https://github.com/Feodor2/Mypal68/issues/78. @feodor2 gave me a tip to solve the problem by setting dom.moduleScripts.enabled to false. Setting dom.moduleScripts.enabled to false leads to loading of the new interface, a file can be uploaded and the results (Checking hash) are shown. :cheerleader: The further good news are in New Moon 28 this setting works perfectly too. :cheerleader: The VirusTotal Uploader 2.2 is working again either. :cheerleader: And presumably the reason why it works in the old Firefox 52.9.0esr is that there is no entry dom.moduleScripts.enabled. :yes:  In any case be aware that this setting could break other sites! Anyway, I'll stay with it and report if other sites are negatively affected.

Cheers, AstroSkipper ordi1fun.gif

I can confirm that following browsers are working with the new interface of virustotal.com if variable dom.moduleScripts.enabled is set to false in about:config: Mypal 68, New Moon 28 and Serpent 52.
Firefox 52.9.0esr is natively working with the new interface of virustotal.com, presumably because of lacking this variable dom.moduleScripts.enabled.
Unfortunately the Chrome browsers 360Chrome v11 and 360Chrome v13 are not working with the new interface of virustotal.com. I tried to change some script related flags, but without any success.

Cheers, AstroSkipper ordi1fun.gif

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On 5/26/2022 at 2:50 AM, AstroSkipper said:

gave me a tip to solve the problem by setting dom.moduleScripts.enabled to false

It has worked for me. UI has loaded. Did not test deeper.
I suppose that VT launch some browser test before loading... Bad algoritm.

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2 hours ago, AstroSkipper said:

I can confirm that following browsers are working with the new interface of virustotal.com if variable dom.moduleScripts.enabled is set to false in about:config: Mypal 68, New Moon 28 and Serpent 52.
Firefox 52.9.0esr is natively working with the new interface of virustotal.com, presumably because of lacking this variable dom.moduleScripts.enabled.
Unfortunately the Chrome browsers 360Chrome v11 and 360Chrome v13 are not working with the new interface of virustotal.com. I tried to change some script related flags, but without any success.

And following tools are working again with the new interface of virustotal.com in Windows XP: VirusTotal Uploader 2.2 and Winja VirusTotal Uploader 7.1.
Here are the download links: https://www.virustotal.com/static/bin/vtuploader2.2.exe , https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/winja.html

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6 hours ago, AstroSkipper said:

Unfortunately the Chrome browsers 360Chrome v11 and 360Chrome v13 are not working with the new interface of virustotal.com. I tried to change some script related flags, but without any success.

Ok, I found the cause of this problem. The extension Download Manager (S3) 5.1.4 prevents showing the hash in 360Chrome v11. This extension has either to be uninstalled or disabled if accessing virustotal.com. Same in Mypal 68.

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