raidcall.exe may be a dangerous program, according to an automatic analysis of the program's operation. It triggers many of the "probable danger" criteria described in this document. It is not yet known if raidcall.exe is a virus or an ok program that doesn't harm your computer. Please be careful with it.
Usually, the default filename and directory where the application is stored is
The MD5 checksum for this program is cc0c27122c5815504eff9a317a625ce3.
This application does NOT operate as a Windows service. This is normally a good sign.
This executable uses the Internet to communicate. Today this is quite normal. For example, most of the programs on your PC check for updates. In order to do this, Internet communications are required.
This executable runs as a 32-bit program. It does not use the full power of nowadays' computer CPUs. This is quite normal because the authors did not upgrade it to 64-bit code.
The description stored in the program is Raidcall.
File version stored as a property 1.0.12972.94.
Intellectual property rights notice Copyright (C) 2009-2010 RAIDCALL.COM, All rights reserved.
raidcall.exe appears to have a visible user interface. This means it doesn't work in some kind of invisible mode. Its operation is clearly displayed to you.
Some dangerous functions of the Operating System appear to be used, such as functions for tapping the keyboard. We recommend you to read more about this program.
raidcall.exe is digitally signed. Today most legit programs are digitally signed.
The digital signature is invalid, which indicates this app may be malware and that someone most likely changed some of its code after the signature was applied. Please be very careful regarding this!
Digital certificate name: RAIDCALL LIMITED.
Certificate's issuer name: VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2010 CA
This program is set up to start when your computer starts. Yes
It has an uninstall routine, which is a good sign. si are uninstall.