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- PowerDVD RC Service
- CyberLink Corp.
- PowerDVD RC Service
- Operating System:
- Windows XP
- March 27, 2010
- Digital Signature:
|Antivirus Name||Latest Toleration|
|Avira Desktop||2014-08-30 20:45:55|
|avast! Antivirus||2014-08-30 04:00:24|
|Microsoft Security Essentials||2014-08-30 04:00:24|
|Trend Micro Internet Security||2014-08-26 19:54:44|
|ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4.2||2014-08-25 16:55:01|
|Norton Internet Security||2014-08-24 01:52:45|
|ESET Smart Security 6.0||2014-08-23 15:10:37|
|System Center Endpoint Protection||2014-08-23 00:34:19|
|Norton 360 Online||2014-08-21 02:14:51|
|Trend Micro Core Protection Module||2014-08-20 16:23:50|
Is the Process "pdvd9serv.exe" Safe or Threat ?
SAFErating from user Mindconnect2020
Part of Cyberlink's "Power-DVD"-universe. There are sooo many different versions (OEM, Corporate, Standard, deLuxe, ...), and depending on your Sound- and Videocard, your OS, ..., there are MANY different MD5s. This (autostart-)program is useful for people who are really fans of "what's happening actually" in movies, BD, DVD, technical (r)evolutions etc. As registered and interested user you'll get really any information. You don't need it if you don't take part in specialized communities talked above. I'm sure it's safer than Facebook or Twitter.(id: 514025)
SAFErating from user Moraxv for file D:\Program Files (x86)\PowerDVD9\PowerDVD9\PDVD9Serv.exe(id: 1000154)