Windows Product Key Finder Professional Kaspersky log

Antivirus report for ProductKeyFinder.exe (162.71 KB)
Download3k has downloaded and tested version of Windows Product Key Finder Professional on 8 Jan 2015 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 Windows Product Key Finder Professional again on the next version release so make sure you check back for updated reports in the near future.
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  • Avira:

  • Kaspersky:

  • NOD32:


Detailed logs

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Kaspersky scan report: Clean
2015-01-08 12:17:33 Scan_Objects$344045 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:
; "ProductKeyFinder.exe" Enable = Yes Recursive = No
; ------------------
2015-01-08 12:17:33 Scan_Objects$344045 running 50%
2015-01-08 12:17:33 ProductKeyFinder.exe archive NSIS
2015-01-08 12:17:35 ProductKeyFinder.exe//data0001 detected not-a-virus:Downloader.NSIS.Agent.go
2015-01-08 12:17:35 ProductKeyFinder.exe//biclient.exe detected
2015-01-08 12:17:35 ProductKeyFinder.exe//config.ini ok
2015-01-08 12:17:38 Scan_Objects$344045 completed
; --- Statistics ---
; Time Start: 2015-01-08 12:17:33
; Time Finish: 2015-01-08 12:17:38
; Completion: 100%
; Processed objects: 4
; Total detected: 0
; Detected exact: 0
; Suspicions: 0
; Treats detected: 0
; Untreated: 0
; Disinfected: 0
; Quarantined: 0
; Deleted: 0
; Skipped: 0
; Archived: 1
; Packed: 0
; Password protected: 0
; Corrupted: 0
; Errors: 0
; Last object:
; ------------------

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