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Program info

Estimated safety rating


vcsfpservice.exe is a application which is probably legit. So, if vcsfpservice.exe is on your computer, it is probably ok, and will NOT cause problems. Even if your system is clean, we still advise you to purchase a well-known antivirus with a good track record, in order to yourself your system against threats.

Executable file path


The default name and path where this program is stored is

MD5 hash of the executable file


The MD5 checksum for this program is 2662f24c7aee2a32cebdec907a5366f1.

Is running as a service


This application is set up as a Windows service. This means it operates on your system in background, usually without showing any user interface to you. Most Windows services are useful programs, which provide useful functions to other programs or to Windows in general.

Is a 64 bit executable file


This is a 64-bit executable. It uses the full capacity of nowadays' computer processors.

File description

 Validity Sensors Fingerprint Service

The description extracted from the exe is Validity Sensors Fingerprint Service.

File version


File version extracted from the file 4.01.0139.000.


 Validity Sensors, Inc.

Publisher Validity Sensors, Inc..


 Copyright © 2006-2010, Validity Sensors, Inc.

Legal copyright notice Copyright © 2006-2010, Validity Sensors, Inc..

Potentially dangerous functions


Some insecure features of Windows have been used, such as functions for intercepting the keyboard. We advise you to read more about this program.

Digitally signed


vcsfpservice.exe is digitally signed. Today the large majority of virus-free programs are digitally signed.

Valid digital signature


The digital signature attached to vcsfpservice.exe verifies as ok. This is most likely a clean, ok program.

Certifier name

 Validity Sensors, Inc

Digitally signed by: Validity Sensors, Inc

Issuer name

 VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2004 CA

Certificate's issuer name: VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2004 CA

Can be uninstalled


This application does NOT have a removal routine set up in registry.