randomMesh wrote:hybrid wrote:At least if only one of more than a dozen tools claims to have found a suspicious code fragment.
This is invalid. Even if only 1 out of 20000 tools would claim suspicious code, there's the possibility (even a tiny one) that the checked executable contains malicous code and the other 19999 scanners are just blind. So it's better to check twice.
I'll just add one more quote on this off-topic thing here, and will then only respond to things about this really nice tool from the OT...
So let me first say that I saw your question about the sources, but it would have worked also without the AV test results. And your example above is not valid as it's not complete: Even if no tool finds any problems with the exe, chances are != 0 that it contains dangerous or malicious code. So unless the results are really convincing (i.e. above the average expectation of having a few false positives), there's no need to post these results. They just give a wrong impression.
So back to the original topic of this thread. Really nice looking fonts. Do you use Windows routines to create the rendering? The current version of the SDK font tool also supports Linux, but not OSX IIRC.[/code]