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.SCA File Extension

File Type 1Norton AntiVirus Scan File

DeveloperSymantec
Popularity
3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

Binary

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

What is an SCA file?

Data file created by Norton AntiVirus, a program that protects desktop computers from malware; contains a list of files on the hard drive that have been scanned or need to be scanned; used by Norton AntiVirus to tell which files need to be scanned next.

More Information

SCA files are typically located in the Tasks directory of a Norton AntiVirus installation. They are commonly seen with the filename mycomp.sca.

NOTE: Symantec introduced the ".sca" extension with Norton AntiVirus 2002. Norton AntiVirus became Norton Security in 2014.

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Programs that open SCA files
Updated 12/29/2014

File Type 2Scala Script File

DeveloperScala
Popularity
3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryExecutable Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

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

.SCA File Association 2

Script written with Scala, a digital signage management program; includes instructions that determine how and when digital images are displayed; used for controlling electronic billboards, dynamic digital signs, DOOH (Digital-Out-of-Home) advertising, employee TV, electronic posters, and other types of digital signs.

More Information

Scala scripts are written in the ScalaScript language, which uses a proprietary syntax. Since SCA files are saved in a plain text format, they can be opened and edited with a basic text editor.

Programs that open SCA files
Updated 4/13/2009

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