email@example.com may be a dangerous application, according to an automatic analysis of the program's operation. It triggers many of the "possible danger" criteria described in this document. It is yet unknown if firstname.lastname@example.org is malware or an ok program which doesn't cause harm your computer. We recommend you to be careful with this application.
This application is normally found in C:\Windows\KMS-R@1n.exe.
The MD5 checksum for this program is 45cc0a256bed89a997725a6b264cc3ec.
This program is set up as a Windows service. This means it operates on your system in background, usually without showing anything to you. Most Windows services are legit programs, which perform useful features to other programs or to the Windows Operating System.
email@example.com appears to act as a net server. This means other computers can probably make connections to it. This is sometimes ok, but in some cases it can cause a security breach. We advise evaluating this carefully.
This executable uses the Internet to communicate. Today this is expected from a program. For example, most of the programs on your computer check for new updates. For this, Internet communications are necessary.
This program runs as a 32-bit program. It can not exploit the full power of nowadays' PC chips. This ordinarily happens because the publishers did not upgrade it to 64-bit code.
A digital signature is missing from this program. The publisher did not sign it. This is usually bad.
This application does NOT have an uninstall command stored in registry.