For a list of Frequently Asked Questions on GetSusp, see article KB 69385.
- Delivered as a single executable file with no installation required
- Option to run in several modes—GUI, command line and ePO mode
- Scans URLs, Documents, PDFs in GUI mode
- Option to select files before submitting to McAfee in GUI mode
- Leverages GTI File Reputation to determine if the sample is suspicious
- Records system and installed McAfee product information date of execution and details of suspected files
- GetSusp supports Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016 and Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (up to RS6), 19H1, 19H2, 20H1
How to use McAfee GetSusp
- Download the latest version of GetSusp. When prompted, choose to save the executable file to a convenient location on your hard disk. We recommend creating a folder specifically for GetSusp.
- Once downloaded, launch the GetSusp.exe file.
- The McAfee GetSusp Interface will be displayed.
- If necessary, click the preferences to specify your email address to receive an acknowledgement from McAfee Labs for sample submissions. By default, suspicious files are submitted to McAfee Labs in online mode.
- Click the Scan Now button to begin scanning the system. A EULA is prompted for user acceptance every time a scan is initiated. The license agreement must be accepted in order to proceed.
- A typical GetSusp system scan takes around three to five minutes. A summary is provided at the end of the scan, and the scan report is launched.
- Visit the McAfee malware community site or contact McAfee technical support for help in troubleshooting your machine or removing malware.