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File Type 1Bitdefender Plugin File

DeveloperBitdefender
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CategoryPlugin Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

Definition

File used by Bitdefender antivirus and Internet protection software; saves file signature information that helps the software recognize threats for common file exploitations, such as .ZIP and .RAR.

Programs that open XMD files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Bitdefender Total Security 2016
Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2016
Mac OS X LogoMac
Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac
Updated 5/29/2012

File Type 2ExamSoft Answer File

DeveloperExamSoft
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CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

Definition

Answer file used by ExamSoft, an online assessment-management program; contains answers from an exam administered through ExamSoft.

More Information

The XMD file is created by SofTest, an ExamSoft application for Windows and OS X. When completing an exam using SofTest, an XMD file is generated to contain the answers.

ExamSoft is an online tool that allows you to control the entire testing process. It enables you to create exams, and provides delivery, scoring, administration, and analysis features. It is commonly used in the K-12, undergrad, nursing, medical, pharmacy, law, and dental fields of study.

NOTE: The XMD file was replaced by the .XMDX file format.

Programs that open XMD files
Web LogoWeb
ExamSoft
Updated 3/8/2016

File Type 3Extended Media Disc Image

DeveloperEngelmann Media
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CategoryDisk Image Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

Definition

Disc image file originally created by GameJack, a program used for backing up games on CDs and DVDs; contains an exact copy of the raw data on the disc and enables exact copies of discs to be made; also supports label making and disc protection scanning options.

More Information

GameJack was been replaced by Engelmann Media 5-Star GameCopy. The XMD format is now supported by other disc imaging software such as Engelmann CDRWIN and H+H Software's Virtual CD software.

Programs that open XMD files
Microsoft Windows LogoWindows
Engelmann Media CDRWIN
H+H Software Virtual CD
EZB Systems UltraISO
Disc4You GameJack
Updated 2/17/2012