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[Word Batch Replacer icon]Word Batch Replacer
30-day trial (shareware)
1.03 build 052
(05-DEC-2015)
wordbatchreplacer_setup.zip
3 415 781 bytes
D5B150CA9DB8536AB80C
16BE210AFC4655B7F9F6
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[Doc To HTML Converter Icon]Doc To HTML Converter
30-day trial (shareware)
3.66 build 388
(05-DEC-2015)
doctohtml_setup.zip
6 170 173 bytes
689857E4AB6FC4EDA865
3052DEFF360E10729382 VirusTotal scan results
[HTML Cleaner Icon]HTML Cleaner
FREEWARE
1.02 build 036
(30-NOV-2015)
HTML_Cleaner_setup.zip
2 070 064 bytes
D2354DFCD758F54E8F19
5EB63DBE74717F4D22E0
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Antivirus scan results note:

ClamAV may detect PUA.Win32.Packer.BorlandDelphi-9 or PUA.Win32.Packer.InnoSetup-6. It is not a virus! We use InnoSetup to create an installer for all our programs, and it obviously uses compression (that is considered as suspicious behavior). Official explanation from ClamAV (see 'What is PUA? I get a lot of false positives named PUA'). Note, that PUA detection is not recommended because of false positives. Cite from the link above:
At this point we DON'T recommend using it in production environments, because the detection may be too aggressive and lead to false positives.