MrnDBExtOLK.dll

MrnDBExtOLK Module

Creo Co., LTD.

Publisher:
Morrin Corporation  (signed by Creo Co., LTD.)

Product:
MrnDBExtOLK Module

Version:
3, 0, 0, 29

MD5:
355a5daa75482a1f7d24e3bcb343dc71

SHA-1:
22e8cf638c8317e5f469caa2f79c9d187d45a531

SHA-256:
46bc100be889e553573bfc0cb46e0864c5d254ba61f9c3f2ca4aeed592d66d9a

Scanner detections:
0 / 68

Status:
Clean (as of last analysis)

Analysis date:
5/21/2018 11:47:32 PM UTC  (today)

File size:
165.3 KB (169,304 bytes)

Product version:
3, 0, 0, 0

Copyright:
Copyright 1998-2002 Morrin Corporation

Original file name:
MrnDBExtOLK.dll

File type:
Dynamic link library (Win32 DLL)

Common path:
C:\Program Files\common files\creoapp\mrndbextolk.dll

Digital Signature
Signed by:

Authority:
VeriSign, Inc.

Valid from:
8/10/2009 9:00:00 AM

Valid to:
8/11/2010 8:59:59 AM

Subject:
CN="Creo Co., LTD.", OU=FUDEMAME SERVICE DIV., OU=Digital ID Class 3 - Microsoft Software Validation v2, O="Creo Co., LTD.", L=Minato-ku, S=Tokyo, C=JP

Issuer:
CN=VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2009-2 CA, OU=Terms of use at https://www.verisign.com/rpa (c)09, OU=VeriSign Trust Network, O="VeriSign, Inc.", C=US

Serial number:
0FBFE3AA5B321D219FAD8A0548C309F8

File PE Metadata
Compilation timestamp:
5/29/2008 11:44:06 AM

OS version:
4.0

OS bitness:
Win32

Subsystem:
Windows GUI

Linker version:
7.0

Entry address:
0x193BA

Entry point:
55, 8B, EC, 53, 8B, 5D, 08, 56, 8B, 75, 0C, 85, F6, 57, 8B, 7D, 10, 75, 09, 83, 3D, 94, 36, 02, 10, 00, EB, 26, 83, FE, 01, 74, 05, 83, FE, 02, 75, 22, A1, FC, 23, 02, 10, 85, C0, 74, 09, 57, 56, 53, FF, D0, 85, C0, 74, 0C, 57, 56, 53, E8, 02, FF, FF, FF, 85, C0, 75, 04, 33, C0, EB, 4E, 57, 56, 53, E8, A1, FA, FF, FF, 83, FE, 01, 89, 45, 0C, 75, 0C, 85, C0, 75, 37, 57, 50, 53, E8, DE, FE, FF, FF, 85, F6, 74, 05, 83, FE, 03, 75, 26, 57, 56, 53, E8, CD, FE, FF, FF, 85, C0, 75, 03, 21, 45, 0C, 83, 7D, 0C, 00...
 
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Entropy:
6.0331

Developed / compiled with:
Microsoft Visual C++

Code size:
108 KB (110,592 bytes)

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