A long time ago, I customized my copy of Webroot System Analyzer with my logo, etc.
Then the new one came out and I never customized it because I simply don't use it anymore - but you're on to something HUGE here.
I base everything I do around my interest in time. If it takes me 10 minutes to complete a task, I'm going to find a way to half it - throughput is money.
So that's why I used to use Webroot System Analyzer - it's very fast. In under 2 minutes, it would produce a nice-looking report that showed infections, etc. and it was easy and convenient to "provide proof" that a customer's computer was infected.
The main problem with it (and the version that replaced it) is that it misses 90% of the current malware that's out there nowadays. I've scanned dozens of BADLY infected computers with it - even recently hoping they've increased their detection rates, but they haven't.
So on those occasions that I had a problematic customer that requires "proof" that their system is infected, I ran GSI from Kaspersky. --Except now I can't open any flipping reports on the GSI parser page (http://www.getsysteminfo.com/
) - I know this is a known bug with the GSI and I found my way around it a while back, but it won't allow me to open any GSI reports anymore for some reason.
Anyway, Nick, this would be a VERY valuable tool in our arsenal - a way to show "proof" that a customer's computer is infected. Maybe someone can just figure out what is wrong with the GSI parser but it would be way better if we could brand it with our own logo.
This also falls in line with Xide's other suggestion of adding some pizazz to the reports that D7II produces - "Tiny Metal Paper fasteners" company produces a nice-looking DHT file that has embedded graphics and is easy to understand, easy to read with sections and subsections, and just generally looks nicer. They produce these DHT documents with their own proprietary software that used to be based off of a Norton product.
A "Before" report and and "After" report that shows that everything that was found in the preliminary scan (for "proof" of infection) was fixed would be a GREAT addition to D7II.