This is installed with multiple programs including Mozilla Thunderbird 17.0.6 (x86 en-US) and Mozilla Thunderbird 24.0 (x86 en-US).
Mozilla Foundation (signed by Mozilla Corporation)
Netscape Portable Runtime
0 / 68
Clean (as of last analysis)
12/8/2016 7:17:33 PM UTC (today)
22.6 KB (23,152 bytes)
Original file name:
Dynamic link library (Win32 DLL)
English (United States)
C:\Program Files\mozilla thunderbird\plc4.dll
9/17/2013 2:00:00 AM
9/21/2016 2:00:00 PM
CN=Mozilla Corporation, O=Mozilla Corporation, L=Mountain View, S=CA, C=US
CN=DigiCert Assured ID Code Signing CA-1, OU=www.digicert.com, O=DigiCert Inc, C=US
6/10/2014 9:38:58 AM
7.5 KB (7,680 bytes)
The file plc4.dll has been discovered within the following programs.
Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open source, cross-platform email, news and chat client developed by the Mozilla Foundation. The project strategy is modeled after Mozilla Firefox, a project aimed at creating a web browser.
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Publisher's description - “Thunderbird is a full-featured email, RSS and newsgroup client that makes emailing safer, faster and easier than ever before. Tabbed email lets you load emails in separate tabs so you can quickly jump between them.”
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Mozilla Thunderbird is a cross-platform email, news and chat client. Thunderbird is an email, newsgroup, news feed and chat (XMPP, IRC, Twitter) client. The vanilla version is not a personal information manager, although the Mozilla Lightning extension adds PIM functionality.
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Publisher's description - “Thunderbird is a free email application that's easy to set up and customize - and it's loaded with great features. Prior to this feature you had to know your IMAP, SMTP, and SSL/TLS settings.”
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Publisher's description - “Tabbed email lets you load emails in separate tabs so you can quickly jump between them. Tabs appear on the top of the menu bar providing a powerful visual experience and allowing the toolbars to be much more contextual.”
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