FAQware Provides Windows File Analysis Reports
Extensive information library of executable files
Mountain View, CA (May 26, 2009) - FAQware made publicly available today its' analysis reports on all Windows XP and Vista executables, drivers and services. The library covers thousands of files used in different variants and versions of Windows XP and Vista.
"We've combined our own file analysis and research along with related content into a quick reference. Users who need additional details on a specific file version will find it is just a single click away." said Mr. van Gilluwe, President of FAQware. "We were frustrated with the lack of useful file information available, and spent considerable effort and time to deliver critical content that is not easily available elsewhere." stated Mr. van Gilluwe.
In addition to the standard file information and description, the analysis reports summarize file locations, the range of versions encountered, which OSes and Service packs the file is found, and any required files needed. A separate security section outlines risks and identifies if viruses or other malware may be using the same filename. Exploring deeper into a individual file shows the MD5 and SHA1 security hashes among other details. Also identified is the file's publisher and additional vendor and contact information.
General access is available on the FaultWire.com web site under File Lookup. A small sampling of files in the File resource include:
The File Analysis library was assembled, analyzed and refined by the FaultWire team of IT and engineering specialists over much of 2008 and 2009. Ongoing updates and new content are continually added.
The FAQware® team has been creating and managing content rich web sites since 1998. The FAQware team works hard to deliver easy to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions in targeted areas, along with helpful details, explanations, reviews, links and much more. Additional information on FAQware is available at www.FAQware.com.