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Definition File Whitelist:

Describes a method in information technology to define a list of trusted and clean files. Everything that is not on a trusted whitelist has to be considered as untrusted and possible unsafe. Untrusted files need much effort for analyze whether they are a security threat or safe.

Search result for "MSUILSTF.dll":

1. msuilstf.dll from 1.0 Microsoft Corporation, Setup UI Library Copyright Microsoft Corp. 1991 1993
Machine: 80386, NT Win32, Windows GUI Interface, English (United States) Language, 7-bit ASCII Charset

Last modified: 1998-05-15 22:01:00
File size:  48.640 Byte
MD5:        C834ABF0B7F2D213294792AD7E98789B
SHA1:      73AFA05CC5F8771CA0C6B7A5973B34F171B5088C
SHA256:  AA95BA81F88E6466B7CB94A97B6971443506A3FD04A7FA20EBE21C38F19A77CF

Dependencies: MSCOMSTF.dll MSSHLSTF.dll CRTDLL.dll KERNEL32.dll USER32.dll

1 entries found for "MSUILSTF.dll" in this database.

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