STANDARD Codecs 10.0.8 NOD32 log

Antivirus report for STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe (27.71 MB)
Download3k has downloaded and tested version 10.0.8 of STANDARD Codecs on 19 Sep 2014 using only the best antivirus engines available Today.

We have found it to be infected by some form of badware (viruses, spyware, adware, etc.). You can view the full scan logs below.

We will test STANDARD Codecs again on the next version release so make sure you check back for updated reports in the near future.
  • Avast:

    Clean
  • Avira:

    Clean
  • Kaspersky:

    Clean
  • NOD32:

    Infected

Detailed logs

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NOD32 scan report: Infected

ECLS Command-line scanner, version 6.0.316.0, (C) 1992-2013 ESET, spol. s r.o.
Module loader, version 1052 (20140801), build 1074
Module perseus, version 1437 (20140905), build 1658
Module scanner, version 10443 (20140919), build 20230
Module archiver, version 1208 (20140728), build 1188
Module advheur, version 1153 (20140915), build 1119
Module cleaner, version 1100 (20140827), build 1131

Command line: --base-dir=d:\av\eset /log-rewrite /log-all /files /no-boots /no-heur /no-adv-heur /mail /sfx /rtp /adware /unsafe /unwanted /pattern /action=none /no-quarantine /log-file=d:\scanner\output.tmp STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe

Scan started at: 09/19/14 16:33:43
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe", threat="Win32/DownWare.L potentially unwanted application", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - Entries.bin", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - Strings.txt", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - Script.nsi", threat="Win32/DownWare.L potentially unwanted application", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - System.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - xml.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - nsDialogs.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - Banner.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - inetc.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - Math.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - md5dll.dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - md5dll.dll - UPX v12_m2_dll", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="STANDARD_Codecs_v215.exe - NSIS - Standard.exe", threat="is OK", action="", info=""

Scan completed at: 09/19/14 16:33:43
Scan time: 0 sec (0:00:00)
Total: files - 1, objects 11
Infected: files - 1, objects 1
Cleaned: files - 0, objects 0


















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