What is it?
PaterCtr library is part of Panda's anti-malware platform, an antivirus program by Panda Security that is cloud-based in the sense that files are scanned on a remote server without using processing power of the user's machine. Panda Security says it detects viruses, Trojans, worms, spyware, dialers and security risks.
Description of paterctr.dll from Panda Security S.L.
“Enjoy total security with Panda Global Protection. Harness the power of the cloud and help automatically improve the protection of every computer in the Panda community. Protect yourself from all kinds of online threats: viruses, hackers, online fraud, identity theft and all other known and unknown malware. Keep your inbox spam-free and surf the Web privately and securely with the Safe Browser (Sandboxing). Your children will navigate safely on the Internet with Parental Control, while the Panda Secure Vault will allow you to encrypt private folders and files or eliminate them forever. The new password manager will allow you to store passwords, credit card numbers, bank account numbers and other sensitive online information securely.”
How is paterctr.dll loaded?
|What is the community is seeing?||What is the community is doing?|
|About 0.2% of all Boost users have the paterctr.dll file.||Of the 0.2% of paterctr.dll users, 22.0% have disabled it.|
Typical file (disk image) location:
Are there other versions of Panda Retail?
Why are multiple of the same versions listed?
What else is related?
What Windows OS versions does this run on?
Windows 7 Home Premium (6.1.7601.65536)
About Panda Security, S.L.
Panda Security SL, formerly Panda Software, is a computer security company founded in 1990. Initially centered on the production of antivirus software, the comp More...
File name: paterctr.dll
Name: Panda Retail
Version: 1, 4, 4, 1
Product version: 4.00.00
Size: 61.97 KB
Original file name: PaterCtr.dll
Certificate authority: VeriSign
Expiration date: 8/5/2011
PE image details
Subsystem: Windows GUI
Langauge*: Microsoft Visual C++ 7.1
File packed: No