edict.exe may be a dangerous application, according to heuristic analysis. This program triggers too many of the "probable danger" flags described bellow. It is yet unknown if edict.exe is malware or an ok program that doesn't harm your computer. We recommend you to be careful with this application.
This application is usually found on disk in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Student\Microsoft Student with Encarta Premium 2009 DVD\EDICT.EXE.
The MD5 fingerprint for this program is 6e3cc8af0b0c17039184c818df5d592e.
This application does NOT operate as a Windows service. This is usually a good sign.
This app runs in 32-bit mode. It can not benefit of the entire set of features of current PC chips. This is quite normal because the publishers did not bother to upgrade it to 64-bit code.
The description written in the program is Microsoft Encarta Dictionaries.
File version 220.127.116.117.
Company Microsoft Corporation.
Intellectual property rights notice Copyright © 2002-2007 Microsoft Corp..
edict.exe appears to have visible windows. This means it doesn't work in a kind of invisible mode. Its operation is clearly displayed to you.
Some insecure functions of the Operating System appear to be used, such as functions for tapping the keyboard. We recommend you to read more about this program.
edict.exe is digitally signed. Today most clean programs are digitally signed.
The digital signature is invalid, which means it is most likely that the program may be malware and that someone most likely changed some of its code after the signature was generated. Please be very careful regarding this!
Digitally signed by: Microsoft Corporation
Certificate's issuer name: Microsoft Code Signing PCA
This program starts at Windows startup. Yes
It has an uninstall routine, which is a good sign. si are uninstall.