O&O ShutUp10 1.8.1421 safe and clean to install?

  1. camelia's Avatar
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    O&O ShutUp10 1.8.1421 safe and clean to install?


    Hello,

    Windows 10 Home 21H1 B19043.1055
    O&O ShutUp10 1.8.142

    Sha256: bcdc6b364da6986d50dd025aacc3c0c76ada16657b829406cee67b4e6f16b89a

    I scan @VT OOSU10.exe and there is a lot of detection and rule set that does not look good for me
    is the OOSU10.exe or the portable safe and clean to run?
    Thanks
    Camelia

    O&O ShutUp10 1.8.1421 safe and clean to install?-shutup10.jpg
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  2. Paul Black's Avatar
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    Hello @camelia,

    O&O ShutUp 10 seems to be a popular topic at the moment => Shut Up 10 Problem or Windows Problem?

    As far as I know, the Portable Version is OK.

    I hope this helps.
    Last edited by Paul Black; 13 Jun 2021 at 15:01.
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  3. camelia's Avatar
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       #3

    Thank you @Paul Black

    I will ask more in that post

    Camelia
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  4. RickC's Avatar
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    camelia said:
    I will ask more in that post
    That other post is about a specific issue. Your question is different... so I suggest keeping the posts separate to avoid confusion.

    Also, I'm unable to duplicate your VirusTotal screenshot. I downloaded the O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1421 executable (OOSU10.exe) and submitted it to VirusTotal with the following result:

    O&O ShutUp10 1.8.1421 safe and clean to install?-o-o-shutup10-v1.8.1421.png

    PS - ShutUp10 is only available as a portable version. There is no installer version available.

    Hope this helps...
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  5. camelia's Avatar
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    RickC said:
    That other post is about a specific issue. Your question is different... so I suggest keeping the posts separate to avoid confusion.
    I am very sorry

    RickC said:
    Also, I'm unable to duplicate your VirusTotal screenshot. I downloaded the O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1421 executable (OOSU10.exe) and submitted it to VirusTotal with the following result:

    O&O ShutUp10 1.8.1421 safe and clean to install?-o-o-shutup10-v1.8.1421.png
    First you need to sign-in or have a VT account
    Next you upload again the file
    Then you will see the same as my screenshot

    RickC said:
    PS - ShutUp10 is only available as a portable version. There is no installer version available.

    Hope this helps...
    I was expecting a .zip file not an .exe file, that is why I thought other installer was available

    Run OOSU10.exe no issues, but I don not trust because the alerts @VT

    Camelia
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  6. Callender's Avatar
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    @camelia

    The report just matches the types of changes it makes to your system to potentially unwanted ones in their databases.

    Having said that - I don't use the app myself. It's designed for users to quickly make/ revert changes without having to dig into the system.
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  7. camelia's Avatar
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    Callender said:
    @camelia

    The report just matches the types of changes it makes to your system to potentially unwanted ones in their databases.

    Having said that - I don't use the app myself. It's designed for users to quickly make/ revert changes without having to dig into the system.
    So In a few words is safe, clean and cheap?

    Came
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  8. Callender's Avatar
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    As far as I'm concerned it's safe. Not malware or spyware. However it disables things that Microsoft would prefer that you kept enabled.
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  9. camelia's Avatar
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    Callender said:
    As far as I'm concerned it's safe. Not malware or spyware. However it disables things that Microsoft would prefer that you kept enabled.
    I will take the risk

    Camelia
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  10. Edwin's Avatar
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       #10

    camelia said:
    I will take the risk

    Camelia
    Tid-bit advice: Don't go any deeper than recommended settings..., weird hard to trace things happen!
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