Android Commander

Android Commander has tested clean.

Android Commander is free of viruses and malware.

Is Android Commander safe? The test for this file AC07911_setup.exe was completed on Oct 11, 2018. We used 27 different antivirus applications.

The antivirus programs we used to test this file indicated that it is free of malware, spyware, trojans, worms or other types of viruses.

Virus test results:

Result:
Avast Antivirus Passed.
Clean
AVG Antivirus Passed.
Clean
Avira Antivirus Passed.
Clean
BitDefender Passed.
Clean
Dr.Web Passed.
Clean
Emsisoft Anti-Malware Passed.
Clean
Kaspersky Passed.
Clean
Malwarebytes Passed.
Clean
McAfee Passed.
Clean
Microsoft Security Essentials Passed.
Clean
Norton Passed.
Clean
Panda Passed.
Clean
Sophos Passed.
Clean
SUPERAntiSpyware Passed.
Clean
TrendMicro Passed.
Clean
Webroot SecureAnywhere Passed.
Clean
ZoneAlarm Antivirus Passed.
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
URL Query
Clean
VX Vault
Clean
Yandex
Clean
ZDB Zeus
Clean
Zeus Tracker
Clean
Zvelo
Clean
The file that was tested for Android Commander was AC07911_setup.exe. These tests apply to Android Commander 0.7.9.11 which is the latest version last time we checked. According to our test on Oct 11, 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 Android Commander are maintained by Sven Sørensen
The file tested:
Filename:
AC07911_setup.exe
SHA256 filehash:
c99304e3bd5dff3ef7e08a2ef37d547a550b6337d7c454a496b07ddfa5fbdfdd
MD5 filehash:
c7e2eec7328df0aff8ac8e82417d8f46
Status:
safe