NSSI 0.60.45 (from UBCD and also downlaoded from navsoft.cz and started from USB flash drive) is not able to show correct data from Intel-Ivy-processors and newer. Therefore it's normal that it hangs when analysing the ISA-data. My posted DMI informations are also not correct, obviously because the processor is too new.
The virus warning appears even with brandnew PCs
. I tested it like this: I bought a brandnew PC from a local shop with Ivy i3 processor. The package was sealed.
I videotaped the following, so researchers can ask me for evidence: I downloaded UBCD527, checked the md5 of the .iso and burned it. Then I unsealed and unpacked the untouched PC, connected only the enclosed mouse and keyboard and booted into BIOS. There I disabled secureboot and booted with UBCD (I didn't boot the preinstalled Windows8). Guess what happened: NSSI reported the virus warning.
Because it is not likely that fresh PCs, arbitrarily chosen from a local computer-discounters storage rack, have a preinstalled virus in memory. I must be a false warning.
But a rest of scepticism is still there:
1) The programs author wrote to me that in my cases he thinks it were false warnings, but it could be a correct alarm too. There's no certainty.
2) Unfortunately I couldn't reconstruct why on my old Thinkpad NSSI does not warn anymore.