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Seeking file size and MD5 or SHA-1 (CRC) information for authentic \hp\finalvbto.exe

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Have a Slimline S5713W.

Kids managed to acquire a batch of "pup"s (potentially undesirable programs) on gamesites.
MBAM has successfully dealt with them.
MBAM also has this flag... \hp\finalvbto.exe (Trojan.Bat.Disabler)

Trying to determine whether this is a legitimate part of HP's software,
(and thus a false positive from MBAM?)


If I had file sizes and md5 (or crc) information on the authentic files, it would help.
Since it is possible that HP produced this exe in more than one version,
there may be more than one filesize and "hash" for it.

Thanks.

==========UPDATE=========
This is my file's information...
File Size: 23,040 bytes
MD5 Checksum: 0C97A70C39AB36C77CB48840C5D35907
SHA-1 Checksum: AC8106EE73C28C950544610AE1B1EA366339759D
Generated by MD5 & SHA-1 Checksum Utility @ http://raylin.wordpress.com/downloads/md5-sha-1-checksum-utility

 

=========UPDATE 2 =======

Solution has come from another board...
nosirrah @ MBAM has confirmed that MBAM's flag was a false positive.
Here is the thread at their site.
http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=114656
So for now, I am going to say this file is legitimate with the file size and MD5/SHA shown  above.

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