What is LetsView.exe?

LetsView.exe is part of LetsView and developed by LetsView according to the LetsView.exe file information. In certain cases, malicious trackers and scripts can disguise themselves as legitimate files, like LetsView.exe, leading to glitches, overload and system malfunctions.

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LetsView.exe's description is "LetsView".

LetsView.exe is digitally signed by LetsView.

LetsView.exe is an .exe file.

LetsView.exe is usually located in the following folder:

%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\LetsView\LetsView\LetsView.exe

LetsView.exe basic information

Description
LetsView
Internal Name
LetsView.exe
Version
1.0.5.7
Company
Hash
94E1AAA449ED809816B5677611D4C0F1

LetsView.exe running processes

%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\Microsoft\Edge\Application\msedge.exe
%PROGRAMFILES(X64)%\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe

LetsView.exe actions

List of the actions LetsView.exe executes on a user's PC
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\data new catalogue created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log new catalogue created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\ApowerMirrorLight.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\Apowersoft.CommUtilities.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\LetsView.WXMedia32.1.5.13.188.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\WXMedia.ini new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\CommUtilities.Report.Status new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\Apowersoft.Utils.Record.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\CommUtilities.Report.Data new file created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%\SOFTWARE\Apowersoft\Windows LetsView new registry key created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%\SOFTWARE\Apowersoft\Windows LetsView\\CommUtilities.Report.Hash new registry key parameter created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\Apowersoft.CommUtilities.Native.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\XCommUtilities.ini new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\passport.messageinfo new file created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%\SOFTWARE\Apowersoft\ApowersoftFingerPrint new registry key created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%\SOFTWARE\Apowersoft\ApowersoftFingerPrint\\hash new registry key parameter created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\LetsView.iOSRecorder.Svr.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\LetsView.DLNA.Svr.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\XCommUtilitiesNative.ini new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\LetsView.WXLogAmcast.log new file created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%\Software\Apowersoft new registry key created
%USERPROFILE%\Documents\LetsView new catalogue created
%USERPROFILE%\Documents\LetsView\LetsView new catalogue created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\passport.userinfo new file created
%HOMEPATH%\Documents\LetsView new catalogue created
%HOMEPATH%\Documents\LetsView\LetsView new catalogue created
%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\LetsView\LetsView\LetsView.WXLogAmcast.log new file created
%APPDATA%\LetsView\LetsView\log\LetsView1.5.13.188.dmp new file created
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Apowersoft new catalogue created
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Apowersoft\Apowersoft.CommUtilities.Native new catalogue created
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Apowersoft\Apowersoft.CommUtilities.Native\Passport new catalogue created
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Apowersoft\Apowersoft.CommUtilities.Native\Passport\Avatar new catalogue created
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Apowersoft\Apowersoft.CommUtilities.Native\Passport\Avatar\3655cd5317cb195f3a665d07dfcd1975.jpeg new file created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%_Classes\Local Settings\MuiCache\1f\96383CDB\\@%SystemRoot%\system32\dnsapi.dll,-103 new registry key parameter created
HKEY_USERS\%ID-USER-SID%_Classes\Local Settings\MuiCache\1f\96383CDB\\@%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe,-124 new registry key parameter created

LetsView.exe actions

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LetsView.exe's virus check

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of antivirus scans don't detect any virus in it

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of antivirus scans detect it as a potentially unwanted program

1%

of antivirus scans detect a virus in it

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75%

of users rate LetsView.exe as a useful program

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3%

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