Virustotal License Agreement

VirusTotal stores the name and different hashes for each scanned file. Files already scanned can be identified by their known hash (z.B. VT-Standard) SHA256 without loading complete files. The URL of the SHA256 request has www.virustotal.com/latest-scan/SHA256 the format. File downloads are usually limited to 128 MB. [10] In 2017, VirusTotal ended support for the Windows loader. [11] As mentioned earlier, many licensing issues will likely need to be resolved before this service can be made available to the public. Since VirusTotal is headquartered in Spain, licensing agreements may be different from those concluded for other countries, as well as copyright and trademark laws, which could also influence their use. VirusTotal has also entered into agreements with A/V engine suppliers to report activities and give them statistics to help them improve their product. They may have reached an agreement to allow the public use of their engines. All right, title and interest in and to the Service (except for third party marks) are and shall remain the exclusive property of VirusTotal and its licensors. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall be construed so that any license or right is transferred tacitly or otherwise under any copyright, patent, trademark, database right, sui generis right or other intellectual property or intellectual property or property of VirusTotal, its licensors or third parties. We reserve the right to withdraw samples without notice and at our discretion.

Nothing in our terms gives you the right to use virusTotal trademarks, logos, domain names and other distinctive marks. Whether you are a member of the public, an antivirus, scanner, sandbox or other security partner (“partner”) or a security-focused organization (together the “Community”) that uses samples and contributes to the Service, you agree to these Terms of Use by using any part of the Service, including terms that limit our liability or affect your legal rights. all referenced and embedded policies and policies, including our policies regarding community templates and content (which include how to securely share samples on the Service), the terms of our Privacy Policy (which explains how we may collect, use and share the personal data you provide to us) and any additional terms specific to your particular use of the Service and Your agreement with us will be (together, the “Terms”). If you are using the Service on behalf of a company, you represent to us that you have the authority to bind that company or company to these terms and that that company agrees to these terms. Filters the files to be returned after the last VirusTotal datetime scan. Normally, the time of the last scan is the same as the time of the last submission, but users sometimes submit a file for scanning and then decide to display the last report in the file instead of scanning it again, in which case the two may differ. You can specify more or less than the values. . . .