email@example.com may be a dangerous program, according to heuristic analysis. It triggers many of the "probable danger" criteria described bellow. It is not yet known if firstname.lastname@example.org is a virus or an ok program which doesn't harm your computer. We recommend you to be careful with this application.
The default filename and folder where the program is stored is
The MD5 fingerprint for this program is 78944f3912f49b0286e40aa1e876e2ab.
This program does NOT run as a Windows service. This is normally a good sign.
This program uses the Internet to communicate. Today this is ok. For example, most of the apps on your computer check for new updates. For this, Internet communications are required.
This application runs as a 32-bit program. It can not exploit the full power of current computer CPUs. This ordinarily happens because the publishers did not bother to upgrade it to 64-bit code.
This exe does NOT have visible elements of user interface. This is usually a bad thing.
The digital certificate is missing from this program. The publisher did not sign it. This is probably bad.
This program does NOT have a removal routine stored in registry.