BootZilla v5.5 Preview Release

I’ve decided to finally update the files on the server to reflect that of my latest builds. The project will be updated a bit more frequently in the coming months, as version 5.5 has taken far too long to come out. The following new features are in this release:

  • Easily create BootCD’s using SARDU
  • More anti-rootkit tools included
  • Server-side automation for the latest versions of updatable components (Combofix, Malwarebytes rules, etc.)
  • Latest version of 7-zip and the LZMA2 format is used on all archives
  • Updated Autorun app with larger screen space
  • Slighly re-tooled to better suit the primary purpose of helping remove virus infections

This release has spent quite some time in development, but for good reason - it finally has a universal boot cd creating utility, which means no more “Checksum is invalid” errors when trying to build a boot cd. Not only that, but you can easily create a bootable USB drive with all the tools included in BootZilla, and whatever other tools you choose from SARDU’s list of useable utilities. (And there are a LOT of them).

This will be considered a preview release, as there may be bugs. I do not have enough time to check every single bit of the compilation out at this time, but would like to get as much feedback and error reports as possible, to help build on this release towards 5.6.

Download Links:

BootZilla v5.5 Builder: BootZilla v5.5 Preview Release (3937) (~4MB, Zipped)

How To Use:

Extract this ZIP file to a directory on your computer (If you’re running Windows Vista or Windows 7, the best place is under your user name, in a directory called BZ). Once the archive is fully extracted, double-click on BZUpdate, and follow the menu prompts. If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you may have to right-click on BZUpdate, and select “Run As Administrator”. Make sure you are online, or the builder will fail to build BootZilla. If you have any issues running BZUpdate, please comment on the Downloads page.

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