prtg enterprise console.exe is a application which is probably NOT a virus or malware. So, if prtg enterprise console.exe is on your PC, it is probably ok, and will NOT cause problems. Even if your system is clean, it is still recommended to use a well-known antivirus with a good track record, in order to yourself your system against viruses and malware.
This application is normally stored on disk in C:\Program Files (x86)\PRTG Network Monitor\PRTG Enterprise Console.exe.
The MD5 checksum for this executable is b3f5042b9b5e50a54896c429d0cc67e2.
This application does NOT operate as a Windows service. This is normally a good sign.
This application uses the net to communicate. In this day and age this is quite normal. For example, most of the apps on your computer check for updates. In order to do this, Internet communications are required.
This program runs as a 32-bit program. It can not benefit of the full set of features of modern computer chips. This is quite normal because the publishers did not bother to upgrade it to 64-bit code.
The description written in the file is PRTG Enterprise Console.
File version stored as a property 220.127.116.1128.
Company Paessler AG.
Legal copyright Copyright © 1996-2016 Paessler AG, Nuremberg, Germany, www.paessler.com.
prtg enterprise console.exe appears to have visible windows. This means it doesn't run in a kind of stealth mode. Its operation is clearly shown to you.
The machine code of this executable appears to be compressed or obfuscated so it can not be easily examined.
Some dangerous features of the Operating System have been used, such as functions for tapping the keyboard. We advise you to read more about this program.
prtg enterprise console.exe is digitally signed. Today most virus-free software applications are digitally signed.
The digital signature attached to prtg enterprise console.exe checks out perfectly. This is most likely a clean, ok program.
Digitally signed by: Paessler AG
Certificate's issuer name: DigiCert SHA2 Assured ID Code Signing CA
This program starts at Windows startup. Yes
It has an uninstall string in registry, which is good. si are uninstall.