Our database contains single file for filename ipumper.exe. This file belongs to product iPumper. This file has description iPumper.
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- (Empty Value)
- Operating System:
- Windows XP
- December 16, 2012
- Digital Signature:
- Escolade Solutions LTD.
Generally saying the iPumper application is used to enlarge the filesize of any file by adding some characters to the end of the file - in such case the file then seems to be bigger and it can help to hide also a small virus in a big executable, check more on
In fact this file is not a virus, but can help a virus to be less recognizable.
|Antivirus Name||Latest Toleration|
|ESET Smart Security 6.0||2014-01-29 14:13:25|
|Microsoft Security Essentials||2013-04-17 02:40:35|
|AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2013||2012-12-16 15:24:02|
Is the Process "ipumper.exe" Safe or Threat ?
71.43% of reviewed files are marked as Threat .
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SAFErating from user MikeOne
This file is the main executable for the iPumper application from Escolade Solutions LTD. From antiviruses point of view the file seems to be safe, no more specific information can be found actually.(id: 16910955)
SAFErating from user MikeOne
Generally saying the iPimper application is used to enlarge the filesize of any file by adding some characters to the end of the file - in such case the file then seems to be bigger and it can help to hide also a small virus in a big executable, check more on http://evilgamerz.net/hackproviders/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=82 - in fact this file is not a virus, but can help a virus to be less recognizable.(id: 16910955)
THREATrating from user lj
its like a e-bomb which keep downloading unwanted programs from internet and install without any knowledge of the user. I don't how it came to my system, this is a threat.(id: 16910955)
THREATrating from user a(id: 16910955)
THREATrating from user jrsg(id: 16910955)
THREATrating from user tech
remove it!(id: 16910955)
THREATrating from user Dude
REMOVE! This is certainly a threat, and I have no idea how it even appeared on my system. The icon came onto my desktop and said "Continue iPumper install". When I tried to see what it was by right clicking, it doesn't let you see the anything that gives information about where it came from, manufacturer, etc. This alone should warn anyone that it's a virus. Scanning it with anti-virus shows nothing, like the list above shows. There is nothing on the net about it, what it does, or where it came from. NOTHING tells me EVERYTHING.(id: 16910955)