McAfee SecurityCenter by McAfee (Signed)

Remove McUpdUI.dll


mcupdui.dll has 5 known versions, the most recent one is 12,8,957,0. The average file size is about 380.68 KB. It is an authenticode code-signed executable issued to McAfee by the certification authority VeriSign. The programs Search Protect, Yahoo! Install Manager and Run_Dregol have been observed as installing specific variations of mcupdui.dll. This is a .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR) assembly.

What is mcupdui.dll?

McAfee McUpdUI EXE for McAfee SecurityCenter is a security solution that allows users to monitor their computer's security status and to know instantly whether their computer's virus, spyware, e-mail, and firewall protection services are up-to-date. Most McAfee SecurityCenter builds offer trial subscriptions to McAfee’s security software. The program generates security alerts which notify users about emergency virus outbreaks and other important security related messages.

About mcupdui.dll (from McAfee)

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File name:mcupdui.dll
Publisher:McAfee, Inc.
Product name:McAfee SecurityCenter
Description:McAfee McUpdUI EXE
Typical file path:C:\Program Files\McAfee\MSC\mcupdui.dll
Issued to:McAfee
Authority (CA):VeriSign
Effective date:Friday, June 10, 2011

ResourcesPrograms installed in

(Note, the programs listed below are for all versions of McAfee SecurityCenter.)
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A is a PC video game published by Activision. Double Helix is a video game created by Raven Software, a sequel to Soldier of Fortune.
Client Connect LTD
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Search Protect from Client Connect (formally Conduit, now a venture of Perion) is a homepage and search provider modifier that when installed will change the default web browser's home page and search...
Rocket Mobile
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Rocket Browser is a potentially unwanted program that integrates into the user's web browsers (IE, Chrome, Firefox) and will perform a number of functions mostly designed to generate advertising suppo...
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Identified as a version of the CMI/ConvertAd family of malware ad-injectors, this adware which is typically bundled with third-party applications in unwanted software bundles will hijack the user's br...
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Yahoo! Inc.
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Yahoo Install Manager manages Yahoo program downloads and installations. The install manager keeps track of such programs and assists in the installations to put things in their proper places.

VersionsAll file variations of mcupdui.dll

MD5SHA-1File size
426cf041e6d1ba671922d5c03e6f4894 8165ce26bb3f7fb63ff276754b534b2c2ca6dc00 467.53 KB
a1db85385ae5fc761b20523b69942daf fde0defc21120f7c9a82272c2199ada01250f94e 467.06 KB
8f44a2ce591a8edb7cd3c4ab1d27b055 c6f4cbcf2b4febd77b7304a2474ed56bd18de138 270.44 KB
98534bf4776ec783fb37293300a5d6b0 3dcf2024b61be92f8e51ea9f05a7d5224e6f9334 350.41 KB
e51970f1013c92ae65cc5f8c3680d595 2bc024a6c53d102c7c3cbe0b05ce800f595156ed 347.95 KB

Windows OS versionsDistribution by Windows OS

OS versiondistribution
Windows 7 Home Premium 22.73%
Windows 8.1 18.18%
Windows 8 18.18%
Windows 8.1 Single Language 9.09%
Windows 8 Single Language 9.09%
Windows 7 Professional 4.55%
Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center 4.55%
Windows 8 Pro 4.55%
Windows 7 Ultimate 4.55%
Windows 7 Starter 4.55%

Distribution by countryDistribution by country

United States installs about 54.55% of McAfee SecurityCenter.

OEM distributionDistribution by PC manufacturer

PC Manufacturerdistribution
ASUS 45.71%
Dell 28.57%
Hewlett-Packard 8.57%
Lenovo 5.71%
Acer 5.71%
Sony 5.71%
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