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wscript.exe md5sum

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Can some kind person give me the file size, and also the md5sum if possible, of wscript.exe.

I don't know if that could vary across versions...

I just need to check that i've been given a false positive for malware
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on Windows 7 Professional

MD5 hash: 8886E0697B0A93C521F99099EF643450

file size

165 KB (168,960 bytes)
168 KB (172,032 bytes)
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Upload the file to www.virustotal.com and let it analyse it.
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