My interpretation of Rory Alsop's comment "There doesn't appear to be a security question here." doesn't mean that the posts content is not related to security, but that the sentences do not contain a clearly identifiable question.
The most likely questions would be:
"What binary translation tools are available for Microsoft Windows?"
This type of question is not necessarily security related as you can use binary translation tools for lots of purposes. IT Security moderators have tended to close or migrate questions that are requests for resources that are not necessarily security related.
I think a different version of the question:
"What binary translation tools are available for Microsoft Windows that are efficient for virus analysis and are effective at preventing viruses from harming the host system ?"
Would be a valid security question.
My understanding of the threshold for a IT Security questions is not
Would a IT Security profesional know or want to know X?
Would an IT Security professional know or want to know X significantly more than, or to the exclusion of other types of professionals.?
IT Security profesionals perform a lot of job related activities that are not security activities: fill out time cards, backup their computers, read about trends in computing, etc.
However IT Security profesionals perform some activities that other professionals rarely or never do: internal threat analysis, threat mitigation strategy formulation, user IT security training, user security awarness campaigns, forensic data analysis, expert witness for computer crime trials, vulnerability analysis, password policy formulation, compromise recovery, penetration testing, etc.
The context matters little. If the question out of context is not obviously security related, then it may be simply IT related.
Asking how to get a particular piece of software to run on a particular computer system is assumed to be an IT problem (SuperUser or ServerFault) unless a security component makes it unlikely that an IT profesional would know the answer. For example the software is used exclusively for forensic analysis as evidence in a legal matter.