Best screencap program? Will Imagegrabber interfere with dll's in system32?

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It seems the most popular program that most use is Imagegrabber.  It's
from a little known site and is recommended on Videohelp.com.   I just
scanned some downloads and compared them with files I downloaded from the
site some time ago.  All three had problems when scanned on Jotti and
Virustotal, although the major AV engines had it clean, and Jotti
mentioned that the heuristics used by one program may have caused a false
positive.  Anyone using the program and have any comments?



Yesterday Imagegrabber I, II and .net were back up and today they were
down.

http://www45.brinkster.com/antworkz /


I downloaded all three, and sent Image Grabber.net to Virustotal as a
precaution.  MY NOD32, and anti-spyware programs said it was clean.

Has anyone tried the latest versions?


Imageg_grabber.net.zip
File size: 1608720 bytes
MD5: 6b90de18ec335ec60521d447eb61117e
SHA1: e42de7ace1573c8c34129c5eed195a1884647ca8

Webwasher-Gateway    6.0.1    04.03.2007    Win32.Malware.gen!52 (suspicious)
Fortinet    2.85.0.0    04.02.2007    suspicious


AntiVir    7.3.1.48    04.03.2007    no virus found
Authentium    4.93.8    04.03.2007    no virus found
Avast    4.7.936.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
AVG    7.5.0.447    04.03.2007    no virus found
BitDefender    7.2    04.03.2007    no virus found
DrWeb    4.33    04.03.2007    no virus found
eSafe    7.0.15.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
eTrust-Vet    30.6.3536    04.03.2007    no virus found

F-Prot    4.3.1.45    04.03.2007    no virus found
F-Secure    6.70.13030.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
Ikarus    T3.1.1.3    04.03.2007    no virus found
Kaspersky    4.0.2.24    04.03.2007    no virus found
McAfee    4999    04.03.2007    no virus found
NOD32v2    2167    04.03.2007    no virus found
Panda    9.0.0.4    04.03.2007    no virus found
Prevx1    V2    04.03.2007    no virus found
Sophos    4.16.0    03.30.2007    no virus found
Sunbelt    2.2.907.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
Symantec    10    04.03.2007    no virus found



Complete scanning result of "ImageGrabberII.zip", received in VirusTotal


AntiVir    7.3.1.48    04.03.2007    no virus found
Avast    4.7.936.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
AVG    7.5.0.447    04.03.2007    no virus found
BitDefender    7.2    04.03.2007    no virus found
DrWeb    4.33    04.03.2007    no virus found
eSafe    7.0.15.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
eTrust-Vet    30.6.3536    04.03.2007    no virus found
Ewido    4.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
Fortinet    2.85.0.0    04.02.2007    no virus found
F-Prot    4.3.1.45    04.03.2007    no virus found
F-Secure    6.70.13030.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
Ikarus    T3.1.1.3    04.03.2007    no virus found
Kaspersky    4.0.2.24    04.03.2007    no virus found
McAfee    4999    04.03.2007    no virus found
Microsoft    1.2306    04.03.2007    no virus found
NOD32v2    2167    04.03.2007    no virus found
Prevx1    V2    04.03.2007    no virus found
Sophos    4.16.0    03.30.2007    no virus found
Sunbelt    2.2.907.0    04.03.2007    no virus found
Symantec    10    04.03.2007    no virus found
VBA32    3.11.3    04.03.2007    suspected of Backdoor.PcClient.23
VirusBuster    4.3.7:9    04.03.2007    no virus found
Webwasher-Gateway    6.0.1    04.03.2007    no virus found

Aditional Information
File size: 954827 bytes
MD5: f2da00ebe4f67ab2417b6f0f24ab831f
SHA1: 6ad662c005e76c75c2822ec2338e0bb6c83e8651
packers: BINARYRES, BINARYRES




Re: Best screencap program? Will Imagegrabber interfere with dll's in system32?

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Why not just use the print screen key? If you want to save mulitple images,
simply use a clipboard manager. http://www.snapfiles.com/get/yankee.html

Re: Best screencap program? Will Imagegrabber interfere with dll's in system32?


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There's no comparison.  Imagegrabber will scan the whole file (even if it's
over 500 mg), and will is very configurable.  It will not only put the name
and size of the file on the cap summary, but you can tell it how many caps
you want and the size.  For example, if you want 8 rows and 5 columns of
caps (40 caps) and the file is 20 minutes long, Imagegrabber will "snap" a
screencap every 30 seconds, and combine all of them in one "contact sheet"
jpg.

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