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Universal Media Server

7.5.0

Universal Media Server has tested clean of viruses and malware.



We last tested the this file on Oct 16, 2018 with 16 different anti-virus and anti-malware programs and services. Out of these tests, the Universal Media Server download tested clean 100% of the time.

According to the antivirus software we tested the file with, Universal Media Server does not contain any malware, spyware, trojans or viruses and appears to be safe. It is important to note that these virus and malware test results only apply to this version of the program.

Virus test results:

Result:
Emsisoft Anti-Malware No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
Malwarebytes No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
Norton No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
Panda No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
Sophos No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
SUPERAntiSpyware No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
Webroot SecureAnywhere No virus detected. File contains no malware.
Clean
Apart from antivirus software, this download has also been tested with several popular anti-malware and anti-spam services. Below are some services we have tested this program with:

Malware and spam test results:

Result:
Comodo Site Inspector
Clean
Google Safebrowsing
Clean
Malware Domainlist
Clean
Phishtank
Clean
VX Vault
Clean
Yandex
Clean
ZDB Zeus
Clean
Zeus Tracker
Clean
Zvelo
Clean
Disclosure about these tests for Universal Media Server: Please be aware that while we do attempt to test programs with the latest version of virus and malware software, we would to point out that Universal Media Server was tested with Emsisoft 2018.4, Malwarebytes 2.1, Panda 4.6, Sophos 4.98, SUPERANTISPYWARE 5.6, Norton 1.7 and Webroot SecureAnywhere 8.

The file that was tested for Universal Media Server was UMS-7.5.0.exe. These tests apply to Universal Media Server 7.5.0 which is the latest version last time we checked. According to our test on Oct 16, 2018, this program *is* a clean download and virus-free; it should be safe to run.

All tests were carried out on systems running both 64-bit Windows (x64) and 32-bit Windows (x86). These tests are only valid for the file corresponding with the md5 filehash specified.
The virus and malware tests for Universal Media Server are maintained by Tina de Pierre
The file tested:
Filename:
UMS-7.5.0.exe
SHA256 filehash:
d693e273eca4f6a234a8492afd2baca5ce26bbbdce5af97beb41a674e1269be5
MD5 filehash:
15da8fc5763951586116409f7e2e4e6c
Status:
safe