What is the "ieproxy.dll" ?

Our database contains 2676 different files for filename ieproxy.dll . You can also check most distributed file variants with name ieproxy.dll. This files most often belongs to product Windows® Internet Explorer. and were most often developed by company Microsoft Corporation. This files most often have description IE ActiveX Interface Marshaling Library. Agregate rating is 5(5) stars - based on 18 reviews.This file is Dynamic-link Library. This library can be loaded and executed in any running process.

This dynamic linking library is part of the Internet Explorer proxy service, containing programmers functions and methods used for proxy manipulations. This library is built as IE ActiveX Interface Marshaling Library in C++ or Visual Basic.

Marshaling requires a context only when you marshal from managed to native data types and the native type you are converting to does not have a destructor for automatic clean up. The marshaling context destroys the allocated native data type in its destructor. Therefore, conversions that require a context will be valid only until the context is deleted. To save any marshaled values, you must copy the values to your own variables. In mixed mode, you sometimes must marshal your data between native and managed types. Visual Studio 2008 introduced the marshaling library to help you marshal and convert data in a simple way. You can use the marshaling library with or without a marshal_context Class. Some conversions require a context. Other conversions can be implemented using the marshal_as function.  - see more about this functionality on http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/bb384865.aspx

ieproxy.dll Library

File details of most used file with name "ieproxy.dll"

Product:
Windows® Internet Explorer
Company:
Microsoft Corporation
Description:
IE ActiveX Interface Marshaling Library
Version:
10.0.9200.16537
MD5:
41446e7545bb7b4167de8a274cc924e3
SHA1:
55e5cc94bddccddf33abd7653a25fc72c5f2f74d
SHA256:
3b240c05d481168198b244532f34eee05b838395b3d0328d1ce70fbd522ffa43
Size:
701952
Directory:
%PROGFILES64%\Internet Explorer
Operating System:
Windows 7
Occurence:
High oc2

Is the library "ieproxy.dll" Safe or Threat ?

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Latest new variant of the file with name "ieproxy.dll" was discovered 3152 days ago. Our database contains 769 variants of the file "ieproxy.dll" with final rating Safe and zero variants with final rating Threat . Final ratings are based on file reviews, discovered date, users occurence and antivirus scan results.

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  • SAFErating from user NOTaNERDbutNOTaNOOB for file %PROGFILES64%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll (Variant: 40511353)

    This is just one of the 2466 variants currently found of an original file, which is completely safe.

  • SAFErating from user 2472567@mail.ru for file %PROGRAMFILES%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll

  • SAFErating from user MikeOne for file %PROGFILES64%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll (Variant: 19809735)

    This dynamic linking library is part of the Internet Explorer proxy service, containing programmers functions and methods used for proxy manipulations. This library is built as IE ActiveX Interface Marshaling Library in C++ or Visual Basic.
    Marshaling requires a context only when you marshal from managed to native data types and the native type you are converting to does not have a destructor for automatic clean up. The marshaling context destroys the allocated native data type in its destructor. Therefore, conversions that require a context will be valid only until the context is deleted. To save any marshaled values, you must copy the values to your own variables. In mixed mode, you sometimes must marshal your data between native and managed types. Visual Studio 2008 introduced the marshaling library to help you marshal and convert data in a simple way. You can use the marshaling library with or without a marshal_context Class. Some conversions require a context. Other conversions can be implemented using the marshal_as function. - see more about this functionality on http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/bb384865.aspx

  • SAFErating from user a for file %PROGRAMFILES%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dllflag fr

  • SAFErating from user Lector for file %PROGRAMFILES%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll (Variant: 11314881)

    Part of Internet Explorer

  • SAFErating from user Admin for file %PROGRAMFILES%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll (Variant: 910457)

    Part of Internet Explorer.

  • SAFErating from user kajmik for file %PROGRAMFILES%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll (Variant: 502990)

    A part of Windows Internet Explorer.

  • SAFErating from user Don't PlaY for file %PROGRAMFILES%\Internet Explorer\ieproxy.dll