Should I block it?

No, this file is 100% safe to run.

VersionsAdditional versions

17.863.1.44 33.33%
17.818.1.7 33.33%
17.818.0.4 33.33%


PE structurePE file structure

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kCFHTTPVersion1_1, CFHTTPMessageCreateRequest, CFHTTPMessageSetHeaderFieldValue, kCFHTTPAuthenticationSchemeBasic, CFHTTPMessageAddAuthentication, CFHTTPMessageSetBody, CFReadStreamCreateForHTTPRequest, CFNetworkCopyProxiesFromIE, kCFStreamPropertyHTTPProxy, kCFStreamPropertyHTTPResponseHeader, CFHTTPMessageCopyResponseStatusLine, CFHTTPMessageGetResponseStatusCode
DLDeleteDeviceLinkConnection, DLProcessMessage, DLHandleSentFilePiece, DLGetDeviceLinkConnectionContext, DLDeviceGetAMDevice, DLEnsureDirectoryExists, DLCreateWideCStringFromCFString, DLDisconnect, DLConnectToServiceOnDeviceWithOptions, DLDeviceValidatePairing, DLDeviceGetUDID, DLDeviceListenerCreateWithCallbacks, DLDeviceListenerDestroy, DLDeviceGetName, DLGetFlockForFile, DLReleaseFlockForFile, DLDeviceSetAMDValue, DLDeviceCopyAMDValue, DLCreateDeviceLinkConnectionForComputer, _DLLog, DLShouldLog, DLStatusFromOSStatus, DLDeviceGetWithUDID
NSFileCreationDate, NSUserName, NSLog
InterlockedExchange, InterlockedCompareExchange, TerminateProcess, GetCurrentProcess, UnhandledExceptionFilter, SetUnhandledExceptionFilter, IsDebuggerPresent, DisableThreadLibraryCalls, QueryPerformanceCounter, GetTickCount, GetCurrentThreadId, GetCurrentProcessId, GetSystemTimeAsFileTime, MultiByteToWideChar, OutputDebugStringA, OutputDebugStringW, Sleep, GetVersionExW, CreateFileW, GetLastError, WriteFile, CloseHandle
dispatch_queue_create, dispatch_async
AMSProcessLinkRunChild, AMSAddAppleSearchPathsToEnvironmentFromReg, AMSProcessLinkSendMessageToParent, AFCConnectionClose, AMDeviceConnect, AMDeviceValidatePairing, AMDeviceStartSession, AMDeviceCopyValue, AMDeviceSecureStartService, AMDServiceConnectionInvalidate, AFCConnectionCreate, AFCConnectionSetSecureContext, AMDeviceStopSession, AMDeviceDisconnect, AMDServiceConnectionGetSecureIOContext, AMDServiceConnectionGetSocket, AFCDeviceInfoOpen, AFCRenamePath, AFCFileRefOpen, AFCFileRefClose, AFCFileRefRead, AFCDirectoryOpen, AFCDirectoryRead, AFCRemovePath, AFCFileInfoOpen, AFCKeyValueRead, AFCKeyValueClose, AFCDirectoryClose
objc_exception_try_enter, objc_exception_extract, objc_exception_match, objc_exception_try_exit, objc_exception_throw, objc_msgSend_fpret, objc_getClass, class_getSuperclass, sel_registerName, objc_msgSendSuper, objc_msgSend, _objc_load_image, _objc_init_image


By Apple Inc. (Signed)

Remove MDCrashReportTool_main.dll
Version:   17.863.1.44
MD5:   e971ae0450fd287b13bf29e672a76c5b
SHA1:   169f2f13de83c54bc6ce9e8ae43d85a421bdd4b8


mdcrashreporttool_main.dll is loaded as dynamic link library that runs in the context of a process. It is installed with a couple of know programs including Apple Mobile Device Support published by Apple Inc., Apple Mobile Device Support from Apple Inc. and Apple Mobile Device Support by Apple Inc.. The file is digitally signed by Apple Inc. which was issued by the VeriSign certificate authority (CA).


File name:mdcrashreporttool_main.dll
Publisher:Apple Inc.
Typical file path:C:\Program Files\common files\apple\mobile device support\mdcrashreporttool_main.dll
File version:17.863.1.44
Product version:
Size:94.82 KB (97,096 bytes)
Build date:2/12/2014 7:46 PM
Issued to:Apple Inc.
Authority (CA):VeriSign
Effective date:Thursday, April 14, 2011
Expiration date:Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Digital DNA
PE subsystem:Windows Console
File packed:No
Code language:Microsoft Visual C++ 8.0
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The following programs will install this file
Apple Inc.
8% remove
Apple Mobile Device Support is required and used for the synchronisation between an Apple mobile iOS devices (iPod, iPhone or iPad) and a PC through iTunes. If uninstalled, your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch may not appear under Devices in iTunes after you connect it to your Windows PC. Apple Mobile Device Service runs as a Windows service (Apple Mobile Device Service (AMDS)) regardless if the user is running a connected Apple application...
Apple Inc.
24% remove
Users who wished to sync their MobileMe data with a PC had to download and install Apple's MobileMe Control Panel. To install, the user first had to download and install the latest version of iTunes, and then install MobileMe Control Panel. After installation, the user signed into the control panel using their username and password, and could control sync settings for contacts, calendars, bookmarks, and iDisk settings such as public fol...
Apple Inc.
12% remove
MobileMe (replaced by iCloud) was a subscription-based collection of online services. MobileMe allowed users to track the location of their iOS devices via the web portal at MobileMe had two different plans. The Individual plan included 20 GB of email and file storage and 200 GB of monthly data transfer. MobileMe maintained a synchronized address book and calendar feature using Push functions. When a user made a change to a con...

Windows OS versionsDistribution by Windows OS

OS versiondistribution
Windows 8.1 33.33%
Windows 7 Professional 33.33%
Windows 8 33.33%

Distribution by countryDistribution by country

United States installs about 100.00% of mdcrashreporttool_main.dll.

OEM distributionDistribution by PC manufacturer

PC Manufacturerdistribution
Toshiba 66.67%
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