asc.exe is a program which is probably NOT a virus. So, if asc.exe is on your PC, it is probably ok, and will NOT cause problems. Even if your system is virus-free, we still advise you to purchase a good antivirus with a good detection rate, in order to defend your PC against viruses and malware.
The default name and directory where this program is stored is
C:\Program Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare\ASC.exe.
The MD5 checksum for this program is 3567f3726d121ee4f8e246a7f97704d0.
This application does NOT operate as a Windows service. This is normally a good sign.
This application runs in 32-bit mode. It can not use the full set of features of nowadays' computer CPUs. This ordinarily happens because the publishers did not bother to upgrade it to use the x64 instruction set.
The description extracted from the exe is Advanced SystemCare 11.
File version stored as a property 126.96.36.199.
Company name IObit.
Intellectual property rights notice Copyright© 2005-2017.
asc.exe appears to have visible windows. This is good because it doesn't operate in some kind of invisible mode. Its activity is clearly shown to you.
The code of this exe appears to be compressed or encrypted so it can not be quickly examined.
Some insecure functions of the Operating System appear to be used, such as functions for intercepting the keyboard. We advise you to perform more in-depth research about this program.
asc.exe is digitally signed. Today most virus-free software applications are digitally signed.
The digital signature extracted from asc.exe checks out perfectly. This is very good.
Digitally signed by: IObit Information Technology
Certificate's issuer name: Symantec Class 3 SHA256 Code Signing CA
It has an uninstall string in registry, which is good. si are uninstall.