Question on a found file and report on system not generated by me

Advice/Feedback/Reassurance please?

Results below generated by a service I use called VirusTotal for file analysis. ( Virus Total )

No idea what this generated report that I found in my Win 7 Pro 64 system history/temp files. It seems to be a child of a file named jvm.dll also sent for analysis a few minutes ago by me. (Report url is VirusTotal)

The output report doesn’t seem malicioius, however the act of this report having been generated is a security concern. The File was located in my system at:


I find it odd as I have no memory of running this file, no knowledge (yet) for me to utilize a higher level of admin. viewing/survey of these type of files and reports. I know absoluely NOTHING about JAVA.

The output reprt is:

-Xmixed mixed mode execution (default)
-Xint interpreted mode execution only
-Xbootclasspath:<directories and zip/jar files separated by ;>
set search path for bootstrap classes and resources
-Xbootclasspath/a:<directories and zip/jar files separated by ;>
append to end of bootstrap class path
-Xbootclasspath/p:<directories and zip/jar files separated by ;>
prepend in front of bootstrap class path
-Xnoclassgc disable class garbage collection
-Xincgc enable incremental garbage collection
-Xloggc: log GC status to a file with time stamps
-Xbatch disable background compilation
-Xms set initial Java heap size
-Xmx set maximum Java heap size
-Xss set java thread stack size
-Xprof output cpu profiling data
-Xfuture enable strictest checks, anticipating future default
-Xrs reduce use of OS signals by Java/VM (see documentation)
-Xcheck:jni perform additional checks for JNI functions
-Xshare:off do not attempt to use shared class data
-Xshare:auto use shared class data if possible (default)
-Xshare:on require using shared class data, otherwise fail.

The -X options are non-standard and subject to change without notice.

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