Besides our logo, this shows controls that have "global" actions
on the interface, items or the program.
|Shows or hides the "Detail Section", giving more or less room to
the "Items List".
Shows or hides a number of columns in the "Items List" section
that are only interesting to experienced users.
This is probably the most important function of the program.
Sends the contents of "Items List" to the "Triage" Server.
|Launches a dialog where you choose the type and the location where you want
the log file saved.
|If you can't figure out for yourself what this button does, you shouldn't be
using this program. :)
This is probably the most important part of the program. Each detected item
is represented by a line in this list.
||Simply the name of the program, or unique identifier. This can be the registry
key, class name or something else. Some programs use CLSID's for names.
||Short for Class Id. CLSID is an identification tag that's associated with
an ActiveX or OLE 2.0 object created by a specific component or server. CLSID
values appear in the Registry and must be unique for each type of object that
the server (your PC) can create.
||(Uniform Resource Locator) - The World Wide Web address of a site on the Internet.
Often you can find out where the file was installed from using the URL.
||Filename is the full filepath of the running process or component
||This is the size of the program or component that is being analyzed. This
is expressed in bytes.
||A hash function such as MD5 is a one-way operation that transforms a data
string of any length into a shorter, fixed-length value.
Its main purpose here is to provide a tamper-proof way of identifying a file.
If the MD5s of two files are equal, you can be sure that the files are completely
identical in content. The name and location of the file are not included in the
calculation of the checksum.
||This is an internal classification of the component. For example some are
Toolbars, BHOs, or Downloaded Program Files.
||Just as nurses and doctors triage patients X-RayPC technicians triage software
components. Triage is a method of ranking software. Here you can see "Good",
"Bad", or "Unknown". Note that the icon changes color accordingly.
Note: This section can be hidden in the "Controls Section", so if
you can't find it look over there first.
Depending on the item whether the item chosen has a file attached, and whether
the item is identified, 2 subpanels can be visible.
If the item is detected as "Good" or "Bad", the product
name is shown, with optionally a URL.