zhpdiag.exe

ZHPDiag

Nicolas Coolman

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Publisher:
Nicolas Coolman

Product:
ZHPDiag

Version:
2014.6.9.87

MD5:
f5546a846f16db4578df72f30aacb1fc

SHA-1:
41a389d2440aebef3e896374d05f3b0ee33df5d0

SHA-256:
d8ec2ebd4dec8eb33602a4906c735be73b38860f17cd7471f82d0f0a1db67121

Scanner detections:
1 / 68

Status:
Inconclusive  (not enough data for an accurate detection)

Analysis date:
12/8/2016 5:08:00 AM UTC  (today)

Scan engine
Detection
Engine version

VIPRE Antivirus
Threat.4139338
30086

File size:
7.7 MB (8,066,560 bytes)

Product version:
2013

Copyright:
Nicolas Coolman

Trademarks:
Nicolas Coolman

File type:
Executable application (Win32 EXE)

Language:
English (United States)

Common path:
C:\Program Files\zhpdiag\zhpdiag.exe

File PE Metadata
Compilation timestamp:
6/9/2014 9:02:24 AM

OS version:
5.0

OS bitness:
Win32

Subsystem:
Windows GUI

Linker version:
2.25

CTPH (ssdeep):
98304:5MKoVIk/CLjFavI3hzvObxfK4dTBFmKx:touj0ARzW1fK4dTBFmKx

Entry address:
0x687730

Entry point:
55, 8B, EC, 83, C4, F0, 53, B8, F8, A0, A7, 00, E8, 73, 38, 98, FF, 8B, 1D, 58, C6, A9, 00, 8B, 03, E8, 7E, E7, AB, FF, 8B, 03, BA, F8, 77, A8, 00, E8, 6A, E1, AB, FF, 8B, 0D, 70, CD, A9, 00, 8B, 03, 8B, 15, 58, A6, 9A, 00, E8, 77, E7, AB, FF, 8B, 0D, 94, C7, A9, 00, 8B, 03, 8B, 15, 6C, E4, 66, 00, E8, 64, E7, AB, FF, 8B, 0D, 98, C7, A9, 00, 8B, 03, 8B, 15, 8C, 66, 97, 00, E8, 51, E7, AB, FF, 8B, 0D, E0, BB, A9, 00, 8B, 03, 8B, 15, BC, 90, A7, 00, E8, 3E, E7, AB, FF, 8B, 0D, D4, BF, A9, 00, 8B, 03, 8B, 15...
 
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Developed / compiled with:
Microsoft Visual C++

Code size:
6.5 MB (6,842,368 bytes)

The file zhpdiag.exe has been discovered within the following program.

ZHPDiag 2014  by Nicolas Coolman
Publisher's description - “Diagnostic Software developed by Nicolas Coolman. This tool allows a quick and thorough diagnosis of the operating system. It scans the Registry and lists the sensitive areas that may be pirated. It is based on a system of white list per module which allows for shorter reports.”
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