In May 2011 someone in the VideoHelp forum asked if the program was infected:http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/3...ed-with-Trojan
Some small, not well known, antivirus programs detected it. This is almost certainly because Mark used PESpin to pack his program. Some malware does the same thing, so some antivirus software notices the PESpin packer and thinks it has found malware. In reality, the antivirus software has only found a false positive.
The current copy on mwilczyn's website has the following MD5 hashes:
Those of us with a copy of the 2/15/2007 version of mpeg2repair that we downloaded years ago could post the MD5 values for the ZIP and EXE files for comparison purposes.
Easy ways to get the MD5 hash values include either of the following tools:
1.) md5sums (command line): http://www.pc-tools.net/win32/md5sums/
2.) HashTab (Windows GUI and Mac GUI): http://www.implbits.com/HashTab.aspx