What does a blue question mark mean?
In the Verified column, you should see some text. "Signed" gets a green check mark; "Unsigned" gets red exclamation point; "A required certificate is not within its validity period when verifying against the current system clock or the timestamp in the signed file." gets a yellow exclamation point. Any
other text in there gets a blue question mark. One example I've seen is, "The timestamp signature and/or certificate could not be verified or is malformed."
They are not checked in Virustotal. Why not?
Are you saying that none of your files have VirusTotal URLs listed? If so, do you have the appropriate option checked in the Options tab? FWIW, the VirusTotal URLs appear to be working fine for me under W7/64. Which OS are you using?
I cannot open the file location: Why not?
This took some research but should be fixed in the latest version. In a nutshell, on 64-bit versions of Windows, 32-bit applications such as AutoHotkey run inside WOW64 so calls to certain 64-bit files were getting automatically redirected to the c:\Windows\SysWOW\64 folder.
How can I verify otherwise that they are the correct/correctly signed original binaries from Microsoft?
Again, things appear to be working fine for me. Which OS are you using? Please note that I develop and test on Win7/64. I sometimes test on XP if necessary. I do not have W8 or W10.Website | Download
v1.1.0 - 2015-08-11
! "Open file location" did not work properly for certain 64-bit files.