services.exe is a program which is most likely NOT a virus. So, if services.exe is on your laptop or desktop computer, it is most likely ok, and will NOT be a cause for concern. Even if your PC is virus-free, it is still recommended to run a good antivirus with a good detection rate, in order to defend your system against threats.
Usually, the default name and folder where this program is stored is
The MD5 checksum for this executable is 6ff8248f3a9d69a095c7f3f42bc29cb2.
This application does NOT run as a Windows service. This is usually a good sign.
services.exe appears to act as a internet server. This means other computers can create connections to it. This is sometimes ok, but in some cases it can create a security breach. We recommend evaluating this carefully.
This program uses the Internet to communicate. In this day and age this is ok. For example, most of the programs on your computer check for new updates. For this, Internet communications are necessary.
services.exe appears to use the functions of Windows SFC (System File Checker) or Windows File Protection.
64-bit code has been detected. This program can put to good use the full power of a current PC processor.
services.exe is digitally signed. Today the large majority of virus-free software applications are digitally signed.
The digital signature extracted from services.exe is valid. This is excellent.
Digital certificate name: Microsoft Windows Publisher
Certificate's issuer name: Microsoft Windows Production PCA 2011
This application does NOT have an uninstall command set up in registry.