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X-Ray 2.0: Auto Submit Suspicious Files to Antivirus Analyst
An antivirus software cannot detect all viruses which is why they also depend on users to submit samples to their virus analyst for manual analysis through various methods. It can be either through a web form, email or a special tool which makes it very troublesome to submit samples because every web form is not the same and they have different prerequisites. For example, some wants the file to be sent in raw format and some wants you to compress the file to ZIP or 7z. Some requires you to use a specific password for the ZIP file and some don’t. Other than that, submitting samples to SUPERAntiSpyware requires a special tool called SUPERSampleSubmit. It is nearly impossible for an individual to submit samples to multiple antivirus companies because it is just way too troublesome, until X-Ray has been created.

X-Ray is a software created by that automates submission of files that you think is suspicious to 35 (Agnitum, Antiy Labs, Avast, AVG, Avira, Bitdefender, QuickHeal, ClamAV, Comodo, Dr.Web, Emsisoft, ESET, F-Prot, F-Secure, Fortinet, Hacksoft, Ikarus, K7Antivirus, Kaspersky, Kingsoft, McAfee, Microsoft, Norman, nProtect, Panda, PC Tools, Rising, Sophos, SUPERAntiSpyware, Symantec, TotalDefense, TrendMicro, VBA32, Vipre, ViRobot) antivirus companies for manual analysis by virus analyst professionals with a click of a button.

- Automatically submit files to 35 different antivirus companies via email or web based submission method for manual analysis.
- Abort upload progress
- Retrieve latest scan report from VirusTotal (API 2.0)
- Send file to VirusTotal for scanning (API 2.0)
- Automatic failover when chosen method for sending files to VirusTotal fails.
- Two methods of sending files to VirusTotal (Email and API)
- Copying MD5 hash and results to clipboard via right click context menu.
- History (VirusTotal detection report and Analysis Submission date & time)
- Clear History
- Change submission method for a particular antivirus from Settings
- Test email settings
- Auto update checker
- Support 6 CAPTCHA recognition service
- Proxy Support
- Right Click “Send To”
- Support Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32bit & 64bit)
- Freeware (no spyware or adware embedded)
- Portable (history and encrypted settings are stored in AppData)

1. Download X-Ray from the link at the end of this page and extract.

2. Run X-Ray.exe

3. Click settings to configure an email account that will be used to send the suspicious file to antivirus vendors. You can click the Test button to make sure that the email account that you entered is able to send email. It is optional to enter your first and last name.

4. Go to Analyse to add a suspicious file. You can either drag and drop a file to the program interface or click the “Add Suspicious Files” button to browse for the file.

5. After adding a file, click the “Get Recent VirusTotal Report” button to check if the file has been uploaded and scanned in VirusTotal before.
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