MyMapedit is an advanced malware removal tool that seeks to prevent malware infections on your computer. It can be used to scan and clean either your Windows files or your Mapedit preferences (using the /Mapedit command prompt). This is a great tool that I have been finding quite useful lately. The one thing that really bugs me is when people don't even realize that their computer is already infected! Well, this program works by detecting signatures in your Windows files and then attempting to clean them. It has also been able to prevent several known malware infections.
One issue I ran into was that Mapedit would either display an error message or prevent you from opening the html document containing the selected web pages. Version 1.4 is purely a bug-fixing Release: As soon as the CERN server doesn't support them anymore, version 1.4 doesn't try to save selected comments in CERN-style imagemap files. Other issues include the inability to open all Windows files, the inability to view large HEX selections, and the inability to select "all files" in the Web browser map editor. These issues have all been resolved in subsequent releases.
To use Mapedit, first you need to download and install the software. Then, open a command prompt (start menu > system tools > windows} and browse to C:/Program Files/Mapedit-web-server. Run the Mapedit server with the "manage" command, by clicking the "New" button on the toolbar. Look for the add-on icon to customize your workspace and then enter your path and name of your existing imagemap files. Click "OK", and wait until all your maps have been loaded!