RockXP 4.0 Bitdefender log

Antivirus report for RockXP4.exe (0.75 MB)
Download3k has downloaded and tested version 4.0 of RockXP on 31 May 2012 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 RockXP again on the next version release so make sure you check back for updated reports in the near future.
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Some antispyware, antivirus or antitrojan programs can detect RockXP 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.

RockXP is a tool that allows you to retrieve password. To do that, RockXP uses Pwdump2.exe, a third part opensource tool that retrieves HASH password of Windows. Unfortunatly, some Antivirus programs detect this tool like a Virus, but it'Â’s not.

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Detailed logs

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Bitdefender scan report: Infected
// BDC scan report
// Time: Tue May 29 02:27:56 2012
// Command line: /arc /list /nohed /log=c:\scanner\output.tmp RockXP4.exe
// Core: AVCORE v2.1 Windows/i386 (Nov 17, 2011)
// Engines: scan: 15, unpack: 10, archive: 49, mail: 7
// Total signatures: 7059193

RockXP4.exe infected: Dropped:Application.HackTool.PwDump.A

Folders :0
Files :1
Packed :0
Archives :0
Infected files :1
Suspect files :0
Warnings :0
Identified viruses:1
I/O errors :0
Kb/s :768
Files/second :1
Scan time :00:00:01

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