Mail PassView 1.90 Antivirus Report

Antivirus report for mailpv.zip (68.47 KB)
Download3k has downloaded and tested version 1.90 of Mail PassView on 25 Oct 2014 using only the best antivirus engines available Today.

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

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

    Clean
  • Avira:

    Clean
  • Kaspersky:

    Infected
  • NOD32:

    Clean
Some antispyware, antivirus or antitrojan programs can detect Mail PassView as being infected or possibly infected with a form of badware (virus, spyware), although the application runs perfectly safe and does not pose a threat to your system. This type of reading is called a "false positive" and it occurs when antivirus software wrongly classifies an inoffensive (safe) file as a virus. The incorrect report may be caused by heuristics or by an incorrect virus signature in a database.

The reports show a false positive.

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Detailed logs

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Avast scan report: Clean
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.exe OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#IDXHDR OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#STRINGS OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#SYSTEM OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#TOPICS OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#URLSTR OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#URLTBL OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>#WINDOWS OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>$OBJINST OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>mailpv.html OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>mailpv_icon.gif OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm|>main.css OK
mailpv.zip|>mailpv.chm OK
mailpv.zip|>readme.txt OK
mailpv.zip OK
#
# Number of scanned files: 15
# Number of scanned folders: 0
# Number of infected files: 0
# Total size of scanned files: 231567
# Virus database: 141024-1, 10/24/14
# Total scan time: 0:0:3

















AVG scan report: Infected
AVG 2013 AntiVirus command line scanner
Copyright (c) 1992 - 2012 AVG Technologies
Program version 2013.0.3485, engine 2013.0.4031
Virus Database: Version 4031/8448 2014-10-24
mailpv.zip Potentially harmful program HackTool.AKDY

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Test started: 25.10.2014 7:12:54
Duration of test: 10 second(s)
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Objects scanned : 4
Found infections : 1
Found rootkit : 0
Found high severity : 0
Found med severity : 1
Found info severity : 0
Fixed rootkit : 0
Fixed high severity : 0
Fixed med severity : 0
Fixed info severity : 0
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Avira scan report: Clean
Avira / Windows Version 1.9.159.0
Copyright (c) 2010 by Avira GmbH
All rights reserved.

engine set: 8.3.18.6
VDF Version: 7.11.145.12


Scan start time: 10/25/2014 10:12:00 AM
Command line: g:\scancl.exe --nombr --showall --verboselog /a /z /s --log=d:\scanner\output.tmp d:\scanner\downloads\176870\mailpv.zip

configuration file: g:\scancl.conf
d:\scanner\downloads\176870\mailpv.zip
Date: 25.10.2014 Time: 10:11:39 Size: 69487



Statistics :
Directories............... : 0
Archives.................. : 1
Files..................... : 19
Infected.............. : 0
Warnings.............. : 0
Suspicious............ : 0
Infections................ : 0
Time...................... : 00:00:01


















Kaspersky scan report: Infected
2014-10-25 10:12:15 Scan_Objects$310535 starting 1%
; --- Settings ---
; Action on detect: Disinfect automatically
; Scan objects: All objects
; Use iChecker: No
; Use iSwift: No
; Try disinfect: No
; Try delete: No
; Try delete container: No
; Exclude by mask: No
; Include by mask: No
; Objects to scan:
; "mailpv.zip" Enable = Yes Recursive = No
; ------------------
2014-10-25 10:12:16 Scan_Objects$310535 running 50%
2014-10-25 10:12:24 mailpv.zip archive ZIP
2014-10-25 10:12:39 mailpv.zip//mailpv.exe detected not-a-virus:PSWTool.Win32.MailPassView.qz
2014-10-25 10:12:42 mailpv.zip//mailpv.exe skipped
2014-10-25 10:12:43 mailpv.zip//mailpv.chm archive CHM
2014-10-25 10:12:44 mailpv.zip//mailpv.chm//mailpv.html ok
2014-10-25 10:12:44 mailpv.zip//mailpv.chm//mailpv_icon.gif ok
2014-10-25 10:12:45 mailpv.zip//mailpv.chm//main.css ok
2014-10-25 10:12:45 mailpv.zip//mailpv.chm ok
2014-10-25 10:12:45 mailpv.zip//readme.txt ok
2014-10-25 10:12:45 Scan_Objects$310535 completed
; --- Statistics ---
; Time Start: 2014-10-25 10:12:05
; Time Finish: 2014-10-25 10:12:45
; Completion: 100%
; Processed objects: 7
; Total detected: 1
; Detected exact: 1
; Suspicions: 0
; Treats detected: 1
; Untreated: 0
; Disinfected: 0
; Quarantined: 0
; Deleted: 0
; Skipped: 0
; Archived: 2
; Packed: 0
; Password protected: 0
; Corrupted: 0
; Errors: 0
; Last object:
; ------------------

















NOD32 scan report: Clean

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 1439 (20141003), build 1662
Module scanner, version 10617 (20141024), build 20769
Module archiver, version 1211 (20141001), build 1194
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 mailpv.zip

Scan started at: 10/25/14 10:11:44
name="mailpv.zip", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.exe", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#ITBITS", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - ::DataSpace/NameList", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - ::DataSpace/Storage/MSCompressed/Transform/List", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - ::DataSpace/Storage/MSCompressed/SpanInfo", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - ::DataSpace/Storage/MSCompressed/ControlData", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#SYSTEM", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - ::DataSpace/Storage/MSCompressed/Content", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - ::DataSpace/Storage/MSCompressed/Transform/{7FC28940-9D31-11D0-9B27-00A0C91E9C7C}/InstanceData/ResetTable", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /$FIftiMain", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /mailpv.html", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /mailpv_icon.gif", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /main.css", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#WINDOWS", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /$WWKeywordLinks/Property", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /$WWAssociativeLinks/Property", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /$OBJINST", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#IDXHDR", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#TOPICS", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#URLTBL", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#URLSTR", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - mailpv.chm - CHM - /#STRINGS", threat="is OK", action="", info=""
name="mailpv.zip - ZIP - readme.txt", threat="is OK", action="", info=""

Scan completed at: 10/25/14 10:11:44
Scan time: 0 sec (0:00:00)
Total: files - 1, objects 23
Infected: files - 0, objects 0
Cleaned: files - 0, objects 0


















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