Google Earth

Google Earth


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Google Earth has tested clean.
Google Earth is free of viruses and malware.

Is Google Earth safe?

The test for the file googleearthwin.exe was completed on Jun 10, 2022. We used 24 different antivirus applications.

The antivirus programs we used to test this file indicated that it is free of malware, spyware, trojans, worms or other types of viruses.

This page has been generated as a point of reference for the above-mentioned software application. As with everything on the web, we urge caution when downloading anything from the web; here we make a strong effort to inform you of potential security issues when opting to download software.

Virus and Malware Scans:

Came back as:
Avast Antivirus Passed.Clean
Avira Antivirus Passed.Clean
BitDefender Passed.Clean
Comodo Passed.Clean
Dr.Web Passed.Clean
Emsisoft Anti-Malware Passed.Clean
Kaspersky Passed.Clean
Malwarebytes Passed.Clean
McAfee Passed.Clean
Microsoft Security Essentials Passed.Clean
Norton Passed.Clean
Sophos Passed.Clean
SUPERAntiSpyware Passed.Clean
TrendMicro Passed.Clean
Webroot SecureAnywhere Passed.Clean
ZoneAlarm Antivirus Passed.Clean
Apart from antivirus software, this download has also been tested with several popular anti-malware and anti-spam services. Below are some services we have tested this program with:

Online Scanning Services:

Came back as:
G-DataClean
Google SafebrowsingClean
Malware DomainlistClean
PhishtankClean
URL QueryClean
VX VaultClean
YandexClean
ZveloClean
These tests are valid for the date we published them. As a strong reminder: Always test files you download from the Internet before you run them. This site acts as a defense against the distribution of known malware, but we're not perfect.
The file tested:
Filename:
googleearthwin.exe
SHA256 filehash:
b64ffc6f31e3e42f154e7d19dfa301376de987403a9c50b575dac04022e06576
MD5 filehash:
f45abec9d8e1a340583fb3e5462018e0
Status:
safe