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Setup file Windows-KB890830-V5.82.exe - 29.11 MB - Windows All - Support
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File information

  • Filename: Windows-KB890830-V5.82.exe
  • Size: 29.11 MB
  • License: Freeware
  • Date updated: 5/19/2020
  • Total Downloads: 40653
  • Last week: 13

  • Short file info:
    PE32 executable (GUI) Intel 80386, for MS Windows

  • MD5 checksum:
    8c484a4bdc5e8d0e1b293cc5d2fafc1a

  • SHA1 checksum:
    2c30e63de6a56234767f6322c2b9cc79dd592b3e

  • Download time
  • Dialup 71 m (56k)
  • ISDN 31 m (128k)
  • DSL 8 m (512k)
  • Cable 4 m (1024k)
  • T1 3 m (1484k)

  • File section
    File Type: Win32 EXE
    File Type Extension: exe
    MIME Type: application/octet-stream
    EXE section
    Machine Type: Intel 386 or later, and compatibles
    Time Stamp: 2020:05:01 22:01:56-04:00
    Image File Characteristics: Executable, 32-bit
    PE Type: PE32
    Linker Version: 14.23
    Code Size: 164352
    Initialized Data Size: 30082560
    Uninitialized Data Size: 0
    Entry Point: 0x22c70
    OS Version: 10.0
    Image Version: 10.0
    Subsystem Version: 6.0
    Subsystem: Windows GUI
    File Version Number: 5.82.17046.2
    Product Version Number: 5.82.17046.2
    File Flags Mask: 0x003f
    File Flags: (none)
    File OS: Windows NT 32-bit
    Object File Type: Executable application
    File Subtype: 0
    Language Code: English (U.S.)
    Character Set: Unicode
    Company Name: Microsoft Corporation
    File Description: Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830)
    Internal Name: mrtstub.exe
    Legal Copyright: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
    Original File Name: mrtstub.exe
    Product Name: Malicious Software Removal Tool
    File Version: 5.82.17046.2
    Product Version: 5.82.17046.2

Short description

Although the Microsoft team isn’t really well known for its cyber protection programs, who better to create protection mechanisms for Windows than the guys who created the operating system in the first place? Malicious Software Removal Tool remains... more
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