Security Tools for Autodesk® Maya®
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Autodesk® Maya® Security Tools for Maya
Maya Security Tools detects and removes malicious scripts from Maya files (.ma and .mb files).
- Detects and removes malicious Maya startup scripts.
- Detects and removes malicious elements in Maya scene files, regardless of how they are loaded.
- Prevents malicious scripts from being saved to Maya scene files.
- Asks for user confirmation before cleaning startup scripts and scene data.
- Works in quiet and other non-interactive Maya usage modes such as command line rendering and batch scripting.
- Logs all actions.
Maya Security Tools is a free plug-in available to all Maya users.
It is strongly recommended that all systems running Maya have Maya Security Tools installed on them.
Autodesk Maya Security Tools is provided "As-Is." You acknowledge, accept, and agree that no software is error-free, and you are using the software at your own risk. Autodesk makes no offer for support of the software or your personal hardware and assumes no liability for damages incurred to your software or hardware due to your use of the tool.
Autodesk makes no warranties as to performance, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or any other warranties whether expressed or implied. Furthermore, no oral or written communication from or information provided by Autodesk or its agents shall create a warranty.
thank u so much <3
Hi there, does the maya security tools get rid of the Trojan Chinese virus, meaning cleaning the file, preventing it to infect your user.py and stops it from duplicating itself? Cheers
it does prevent it from spreading further by detecting the infected code and stopping it from working at that moment. But it cannot clean it if your scene has external references.
Yes it worked for me, I'm using maya 2019.
Is this now integrated into Maya as default in 2021 and 2022?
maya 2021 doesn't exist 2022 has more options for default plugin behaviour / script execution, not sure yet if this completely replaces security tools. it doesn't show up in the plugins window though