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No, this file is 100% safe to run.

VersionsAdditional versions

3,0,0,2 25.00%
3,0,0,2 3.57% 32.14% 25.00% 3.57%
1,0,6,2 10.71%


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GetCurrentThread, GetProcessHeap, SetEndOfFile, HeapSize, WriteConsoleW, SetFilePointer, CreateFileA, GetModuleFileNameW, GetLastError, CloseHandle, SetEvent, LeaveCriticalSection, EnterCriticalSection, FreeLibrary, DeleteCriticalSection, InterlockedDecrement, SetLastError, WaitForSingleObject, WaitForMultipleObjects, CreateEventA, WideCharToMultiByte, GetSystemDirectoryA, GetProcAddress, LoadLibraryA, InitializeCriticalSection, InterlockedIncrement, LocalAlloc, LocalFree, InterlockedExchange, RaiseException, HeapFree, HeapReAlloc, HeapAlloc, GetCurrentThreadId, DecodePointer, GetCommandLineA, GetCPInfo, GetACP, GetOEMCP, IsValidCodePage, EncodePointer, TlsAlloc, TlsGetValue, TlsSetValue, TlsFree, GetModuleHandleW, CreateFileW, TerminateProcess, GetCurrentProcess, UnhandledExceptionFilter, SetUnhandledExceptionFilter, IsDebuggerPresent, HeapCreate, HeapDestroy, RtlUnwind, IsProcessorFeaturePresent, SetHandleCount, GetStdHandle, InitializeCriticalSectionAndSpinCount, GetFileType, GetStartupInfoW, ExitProcess, WriteFile, Sleep, GetModuleFileNameA, FreeEnvironmentStringsW, GetEnvironmentStringsW, QueryPerformanceCounter, GetTickCount, GetCurrentProcessId, GetSystemTimeAsFileTime, LCMapStringW, MultiByteToWideChar, GetStringTypeW, FatalAppExitA, GetUserDefaultLCID, GetLocaleInfoW, GetLocaleInfoA, EnumSystemLocalesA, IsValidLocale, SetStdHandle, GetConsoleCP, GetConsoleMode, FlushFileBuffers, ReadFile, SetConsoleCtrlHandler, LoadLibraryW, CompareStringW, CompareStringA, GetConsoleOutputCP, GetVersionExA, GetModuleHandleA, SetEnvironmentVariableA, VirtualFree, VirtualAlloc, GetStartupInfoA, FreeEnvironmentStringsA, GetEnvironmentStrings, LCMapStringA, GetStringTypeA, GetTimeFormatA, GetDateFormatA, GetTimeZoneInformation, WriteConsoleA
WSAEventSelect, WSAStringToAddressA, WSCUnInstallNameSpace, WSCInstallNameSpace
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Bonjour by Apple Inc. (Signed)

Remove mdnsNSP.dll
Version:   3,0,0,2
MD5:   131f7859e5e5c04449bad797f3eeb5d9
SHA1:   636b845bd343acf366d033d4bdc61ace92553228

What is mdnsNSP.dll?

Bonjour Namespace Provider for Bonjour provides a general method to discover services on a local area network. The software is widely used throughout Mac OS, and allows users to set up a network without any configuration. It is used to find printers and file-sharing servers. iTunes uses Bonjour to find shared music, iPhoto to find shared photos. Bonjour for Windows and AirPort Base Stations may be configured to use Wide Area Bonjour which allows for wide area service discovery.

About mdnsNSP.dll (from Apple Inc.)

Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, enables automatic discovery of computers, devices, and services on IP networks using industry standard IP protocols. It is a key component of Appl


File name:mdnsnsp.dll
Publisher:Apple Inc.
Product name:Bonjour
Description:Bonjour Namespace Provider
Typical file path:C:\Program Files\bonjour\mdnsnsp.dll
File version:3,0,0,2
Size:129.85 KB (132,968 bytes)
Build date:7/12/2011 2:06 PM
Issued to:Apple Inc.
Authority (CA):VeriSign
Effective date:Sunday, May 17, 2009
Expiration date:Sunday, June 26, 2011
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File packed:No
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Windows OS versionsDistribution by Windows OS

OS versiondistribution
Windows 7 Ultimate 44.00%
Windows 7 Home Premium 28.00%
Windows XP Home Edition 12.00%
Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center 4.00%
Microsoft Windows XP 4.00%
Windows 7 Starter 4.00%
Windows XP Professional 4.00%

Distribution by countryDistribution by country

United States installs about 26.67% of Bonjour.

OEM distributionDistribution by PC manufacturer

PC Manufacturerdistribution
Lenovo 21.05%
Dell 21.05%
Sony 21.05%
ASUS 10.53%
Toshiba 10.53%
Hewlett-Packard 5.26%
Acer 5.26%
Samsung 5.26%
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