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Minecraft is virus-free

We have analyzed the latest version of Minecraft with 51 antivirus engines and founded virus-free. To be extra sure, we scan the programs on a regular basis, not just once.

Program Info:

Name and version: Minecraft v. 1.8.1


OS Support: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8


The Soft32 Secure Seal only appears when the application has passed our intensive, security scan. We test for any possible form of malware, including but not limited to: spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Found virus-free by 51 antivirus engines

Analysis details

Antivirus Version Last Update Result
AVG 2014-12-16 Clean
McAfee 2014-12-16 Clean
Symantec 20141.1.0.330 2014-12-17 Clean
Avast 8.0.1489.320 2014-12-17 Clean
Kaspersky 2014-12-16 Clean
BitDefender 7.2 2014-12-16 Clean
Panda 2014-12-16 Clean
F-Secure 11.0.19100.45 2014-12-16 Clean
See a complete list of antivirus engines Last tested on 2014-12-17 00:42:12
Additional information

File name: Minecraft.exe MD5 : 3c166bae84553d4cb27af8abdc61712d SHA1 : 8261eef1bea8313d86e5ac45e01393426f7f42c9 SHA256: fc0cf7896c32791501d5864b7b639d0ce36fd3430088c00b0a15a9960b3ce434

What is the Soft32 “Tested Virus Free” Security Seal?

Programs and software developers or publishers displaying this security seal (”tested virus free”) are tested and certified on a regular basis to pass our security tests which help protect you from viruses, spyware, adware, malware, trojans, worm, etc. and other threats.

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ATTENTION: SOFT32 SECURITY SEAL is a service offered by I.T.N.T, SRL. Although the detection rate GIVEN BY THE USE OF multiple antivirus engines is far superior to that offered by just one product, these results DO NOT guarantee THE SECURTY OF AN APPLICATION. Currently, there is no solution that offers a 100% effectiveness rate for detecting viruses and malware. The information is intended as a relative indication of the security efforts of this application and its operators. This, or any other, vulnerability testing cannot and does not guarantee security.