aus.exe is a program which is probably legit. So, if aus.exe is on your PC, it is probably ok, and will NOT cause problems. Even if your PC is clean, we still advise you to use a well-known antivirus with a good detection rate, in order to defend your system against viruses and malware.
Usually, the default name and folder where this application is stored is
The MD5 checksum for this program is b8e2b5d99b856dd65ac4c901b8e3a7e2.
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 legit programs, which perform useful features to other programs or to the Windows Operating System.
This application uses the net to communicate. In this day and age this is ok. For example, most of the apps on your computer check for new updates. In order to do this, Internet communications are required.
This exe runs as a 32-bit program. It can not benefit of the entire set of features of nowadays' computer processors. This is quite normal because the publishers did not bother to upgrade it to use the x64 instruction set.
The description written in the program is Auto Update System.
File version stored as a property 220.127.116.11.
Copyright notice Copyright (C) 2012.
Some dangerous features of the Operating System have been used, such as functions for intercepting the keyboard. We advise you to read more about this program.
A digital certificate is missing from this program. The publisher did not bother to sign it. This is probably bad.
It has an uninstall string in registry, which is a good sign. si are uninstall.