hm.exe may be a dangerous program, according to an automatic analysis of the program's operation. This program triggers many of the "probable danger" flags described bellow. It is not yet known if hm.exe is malware or an ok program that doesn't harm the PC. We recommend you to be careful with it.
The default filename and folder where the program is stored is
C:\Program Files (x86)\HostsMan\hm.exe.
The MD5 checksum for this file is 5924251920e8c4da8c16f1c31452e0be.
This application does NOT operate as a Windows service. This is usually a good sign.
This application uses the Internet to communicate. Today this is expected from a program. For example, most of the apps on your PC check for new updates. For this, Internet communications are necessary.
This exe runs in 32-bit mode. It does not use the entire power of current PC processors. This ordinarily happens because the makers did not upgrade it to use the x64 instruction set.
The description written in the file is HostsMan.
File version stored as a property 18.104.22.168.
Intellectual property rights notice Copyright © 1997-2016 abelhadigital.com.
This file does NOT have visible elements of user interface. This is usually a bad sign.
The code of this program appears to be compressed or obfuscated so it can not be easily analysed.
Some insecure features of Windows have been used, such as functions for intercepting the keyboard. We recommend you to read more about this program.
The digital signature is missing from this program. The authors did not bother to sign it. This is probably bad.
This program is registered to start when the computer boots. Yes
It has an uninstall routine, which is a good sign. si are uninstall.