How To Create Your Own Antivirus Using Notepad

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Create Your Own Antivirus Using Notepad
Anti-malwares have now become very important for every computer. If your computer is with the internet connected then you should have an anti-virus must. Actually, it’s all because of increase in the number of internet users. Nowadays, internet users are increasing very rapidly. So that’s why, malware and spamming link are also increasing together. That’s why, in this situation everybody have anti-malware must.

You know what, Hackers and spammers are busy nowadays. They are trying to do illegal activities and making fools to the internet users. So this is the reason to have an anti-virus. Otherwise, you’re wise and can understand everything.

There are many golden awarded anti-viruses are available. You can download easily their official websites. All of them are reliable and free from any type of malwares. But if you’re not satisfied and wanna create your own anti-malware then it’s possible. Every Windows user can create easily her own anti-malware by using Notepad. So, if you wanna create then follow below steps.

How To Create Your Own Anti-Virus Using Notepad?

Here’s a way of creating your own Anti-virus. I already said above Please follow below steps perfectly, otherwise Anti-virus will not work. Hope you guys will enjoy this article and this will be helpful for you.

Now first open your Notepad and paste below code in it.

@echo off
title Antivirus
echo Antivirus
echo created by your name

if exist virus.bat goto infected
cd C:\Windows\system32
if not exist virus.bat goto clean

echo warning virus detected
del virus.bat
goto start

echo System secure!
??: Notepad trick


1. Open notepad

2. type in the following

@echo off
color cb
title Antivirus
echo ===============
echo [ Batch-Scanner]
echo ===============
echo If There is no message ,You are protected.
set /p a=Enter a batch file to scan:
for /f %%x in (
‘findstr /i /m “virus r.i.p byebye ” %a%.bat’
) do (
if /i %%x equ %a%.bat (
for /f %%z in (
‘findstr /i /b /m “tskill del copy shutdown ipconfig ren reg” %a%.bat’
) do (
if /i %%z equ %a%.bat (
echo Virus Detected!!
del %a%.bat
echo %a%.bat was deleted….
pause >nul
pause >nul

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