scripting host

scripting host

The facility within a program that runs another program. For example, a Web browser is a scripting host that can execute instructions in languages such as Java and JavaScript. See Windows Script Host.
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BRI), the authority on workstation cloning and migration since 1997 and a provider of cutting-edge software solutions, training and services, announced today two new licensing options for FastTrack Scripting Host.
Norton AntiVirus, for instance, automatically disables the Windows Scripting Host, which creates the vulnerability allowing nefarious scripts within e-mail messages to do their dirty work.
In addition to running external programs and scripts, adTempus has built-in scripting support for executing Windows Scripting Host scripts that can return result codes to adTempus.
He offers a number of practical suggestions, such as having the IT administrator turn off Windows scripting host in Windows 98.
Because the virus only works when Windows Scripting Host software is active F-Secure advises users to make the viral attachment harmless by disabling the software.
BRI), the authority on workstation cloning and migration since 1997 and a provider of cutting-edge software solutions, training and services, announced today its FastTrack Scripting Host software makes truly unattended deployments of Windows 7 possible for IT administrators at organizations planning to migrate to the latest operating system.
In the case of a VBS file, it will be Windows Scripting Host, and with an EXE file, it will be a Widows command processor, etc.
To protect against viruses written using GodMessage users should disable Windows Scripting Host (see http://www.
BRI) announced today the release of FastTrack Scripting Host version 6.