File Viewer and Investigator
Developer: Amelia Dybala
Current Version: 1.2.1
Last Updated: 11 days ago
Download Size: 3 MB - Download
Simple and FREE app that will help you to identify and open in Hex mode an unknown file.
Just select the file and wait until the app will do some verification and show the results.
The app will also show your the MD5, SHA, RIPE-MD, HEX and many more of the unknown file.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for any inquiries of feedback at: [email protected]
- minor bugfix
Most Helpful Reviews
Waste of Time - As soon as I installed the application and attempted to open a file with it, I received an alert to download Thor and that my computer may be infected. It’s just software that being made to extort you. I hope Apple takes this application down.
More Reviews for Current Version
Horrible App - Nag Ware - Have found no use for this app. It nags you you buy some more software. How do I delete it? It is embeded somwehere in the system with no obvious way to locate it. The developer is in the UK and wants all kinds of personal info in resposne to a tech support question. Apple - this is a scam. Take it down and tell us how to get rid of it.
Borderline Malware... - This is the most annoying app I’ve ever installed in the entire time I’ve used the Mac App Store. It’s entirely useless and although its probably not an act of malice its certainly rather inconsiderate. 1. It installs itself in /lib/exec and NOT in the Applications directory. This makes it next to impossible for the ordinary user to delete and I thought wasn’t allowed by the Developer Guidelines. 2. It gives little to no useful information about the files it opens and certainly doesn’t provide any sort of indepth anaylsis. The information it does provide is likely only useful to someone who already has better ways to get this since they would have to be well informed already to know what any of it means. 3. It adds itself to nearly every file type it seems as the default program to open, including media files and other things certainly no one wants the md5 of or would have anything to compare it to. 4. The popups for Thor Anti-Virus are extremely annoying and given their size, location and prominance make the entire program seem more like adware. It’d be fine if the $9.99 AV it adverises were actually useful but I paid $9.99 to have it tell me my download of flash player was malware. Duh. No thanks. 5. The icon is fairly grotesque and annoying. 6. Grammatical issues bother me but those I’m more than willing to overlook for any number of reasons that this app utterly fails to meet. It’s great that Thor is doing so well in the App Store, Ms. Dybala is knowledgable and I think it also is a reflection on the seemingly broken securtity parameters Sierra is operating under. I’d like to see this App be a combination of services like malwr.com and virus total, as well as a secure sandbox to open and truly investigate things like strings, dropped files, network activity, user input etc. There’s a lot of potential here but the current version is 98% detritus.