Should I block it?

No, this file is 100% safe to run.

VersionsAdditional versions

109.0.4.9 0.83%
109.0.4.9 0.50%
109.0.2.14 0.17%
109.0.0.107 0.17%
109.0.0.107 8.64%
108.1.2.8 0.50%
108.1.1.10 0.17%
108.0.0.126 0.17%
107.0.6.4 0.17%
107.0.4.3 0.17%
107.0.0.102 0.17%
106.5.3.6 0.17%
106.5.3.5 0.33%
106.5.2.3 0.17%
106.5.1.6 0.66%
106.5.0.10 0.17%
106.4.0.5 0.17%
106.3.8.4 0.17%
106.3.7.9 0.17%
106.3.3.16 0.17%
106.2.0.21 0.17%
106.1.4.4 0.17%
12.11.2.9 1.66%
12.11.2.9 0.83%
12.11.0.16 1.33%
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PE structurePE file structure

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Import table
kernel32.dll
CloseHandle, ReadFile, GetFileSize, CreateFileW, GetFileAttributesW, GetLastError, GetModuleFileNameW, OutputDebugStringW, LoadLibraryExW, lstrlenW, DisableThreadLibraryCalls, InterlockedIncrement, InterlockedDecrement, SizeofResource, LockResource, LoadResource, FindResourceW, FindResourceExW, Sleep, DeviceIoControl, MultiByteToWideChar, InterlockedCompareExchange, GetCurrentProcessId, GetDriveTypeW, WaitForSingleObject, SetEvent, GetProcAddress, FreeLibrary, CreateEventW, InterlockedExchange, BindIoCompletionCallback, GetTickCount, QueryPerformanceCounter, IsDebuggerPresent, SetUnhandledExceptionFilter, UnhandledExceptionFilter, GetCurrentProcess, TerminateProcess, DecodePointer, EncodePointer, InitializeCriticalSectionAndSpinCount, GetProcessHeap, HeapSize, HeapReAlloc, HeapFree, HeapAlloc, HeapDestroy, lstrlenA, InterlockedExchangeAdd, CreateSemaphoreW, DeleteCriticalSection, InitializeCriticalSection, ReleaseSemaphore, EnterCriticalSection, LeaveCriticalSection, ResetEvent, WideCharToMultiByte, GetSystemTimeAsFileTime, MoveFileExW, GetFileInformationByHandle, FlushFileBuffers, SetEndOfFile, GetFileSizeEx, SetFilePointerEx, WriteFile, GetModuleHandleW, CompareStringW, LCMapStringW, RaiseException, LoadLibraryA, LocalAlloc, GetCurrentThreadId, LoadLibraryExA, SetFilePointer, CopyFileW, SetFileAttributesW, GetVolumeNameForVolumeMountPointW, GetACP, GetLocaleInfoA, GetThreadLocale, GetVersionExW, GetCommandLineW, lstrcatW, LoadLibraryW, FormatMessageW, ExitProcess, GetVersionExA, LocalFree
msvcp100.dll
DllMain
msvcp71.dll
DllMain
msvcp80.dll
DllMain
msvcp90.dll
DllMain
msvcr100.dll
DllMain
msvcr71.dll
DllMain
msvcr80.dll
DllMain
msvcr90.dll
DllMain
ole32.dll
CoCreateInstance, OleRun
rpcrt4.dll
RpcStringFreeW, UuidCreate, UuidToStringW, RpcImpersonateClient, RpcRevertToSelf, UuidCreateSequential
user32.dll
wsprintfW, UnregisterClassA
Export table
GetFactory
GetObjectCount

ccSet.dll

Symantec Security Technologies by Symantec Corporation (Signed)

Remove ccSet.dll
Version:   106.4.0.5
MD5:   ec7184500d50ca4cf2ef1c30feca9afc
SHA1:   8b65859396ba0ed365381e84321394afe23b2d2e

What is ccSet.dll?

Symantec Settings Manager Engine for Norton Internet Security, by Symantec Corporation, is a PC program that provides malware prevention and removal during subscription period and uses signatures and heuristics to identify viruses, trojans and other malware. Norton Internet Security features include a email spam filtering, personal firewall, and phishing protection.

About ccSet.dll (from Symantec Corporation)

Norton Internet Security lets you email, chat and surf the Web without worrying about cybercriminals ripping you off. It delivers protection from online dangers without sacrificing performance. It g

DetailsDetails

File name:ccset.dll
Publisher:Symantec Corporation
Product name:Symantec Security Technologies
Description:Symantec Settings Manager Engine
Typical file path:C:\Program Files\norton internet security\engine64\19.2.0.10\ccset.dll
File version:106.4.0.5
Size:141.35 KB (144,744 bytes)
Build date:2/12/2009 11:00 PM
Certificate
Issued to:Symantec Corporation
Authority (CA):VeriSign
Expiration date:Saturday, November 23, 2013
Digital DNA
File packed:No
Code language:Microsoft Visual C# / Basic .NET
.NET CLR:Yes
.NET NGENed:No
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Windows OS versionsDistribution by Windows OS

OS versiondistribution
Windows 7 Home Premium 42.00%
Windows 8 16.00%
Windows 7 Ultimate 8.00%
Windows 8.1 6.00%
Windows Vista Home Premium 5.50%
Windows 8 Pro 4.00%
Windows 8.1 Pro 3.50%
Microsoft Windows XP 3.00%
Windows 7 Professional 2.50%
Windows 7 Home Basic 2.00%
Windows 8 Pro with Media Center 2.00%
Windows 8 Enterprise 1.50%
Windows Vista Ultimate 1.00%
Windows 8 Single Language 1.00%
Windows Se7en Titan 0.50%
Windows Developer Preview 0.50%
Windows 7 Enterprise 0.50%
Windows Vista Home Basic 0.50%

Distribution by countryDistribution by country

United States installs about 67.68% of Symantec Security Technologies.

OEM distributionDistribution by PC manufacturer

PC Manufacturerdistribution
Hewlett-Packard 27.56%
Toshiba 24.41%
Dell 14.17%
Acer 10.24%
ASUS 10.24%
GIGABYTE 3.94%
MSI 2.36%
Sony 1.57%
Lenovo 1.57%
Intel 1.57%
Samsung 0.79%
American Megatrends 0.79%
Gateway 0.79%
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