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Wininet.dll

Internet Extensions for Win32

 
     
  Description  
     
 
icon   Wininet.dll is the protocol handler for HTTP and FTP. Wininet handles thel network communication over these protocols.

Wininet.dll is a 64-bit Dynamic Linked Library of code components for a graphics UI style application.
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  Key Facts from within File  
     
 
key facts   These are the direct values are extracted from the file. These are defined by the original developer. Some items may be unspecified, mistyped or out of date.
     
File description
  Internet Extensions for Win32
 
File Version
  8.00.7600.16385 (win7_rtm.090713-1255)
 
Application
  Windows Internet Explorer
 
App version
  8.00.7600.16385
 
Type
  64-bit
 
Publisher
  Microsoft Corporation
 
Copyright
  (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
   
  File System and OS Information  
     
 
File system  
  C:\Windows\System32

This directory holds the core operating system files and libraries.

     
Date Modified
  19-Dec-2009 1:51 am
 
Date Created
  26-Feb-2010 5:53 pm
 
Size
  1,165 KB  (1,192,960 Bytes)
 
Captured from
  Updates on Core
 
OS at capture
  Windows 7 (RTM), Build 7600, 64-bit edition
 
 
   
  Security Validation  
     
 
security   The two security hashes for Wininet.dll were created from the original file. The security hash is created by scanning all bytes within the file. Identical files should have the same hashes. SHA1 is considered the more secure than the older MD5 hash.
     
MD5
  9C0E12FB8BD14397EC9CCA99EC0ED5A3
 
SHA1
  B0CA1402DE62F4C6B9913499CE3D1999D36D1A4D
     
  Requires  
     
 
required   The following files are required when running this program. These may call other files, and there can be additional required files not in this list.

           
  import Advapi32.dll   import Ntdll.dll
  import Iertutil.dll   import Shlwapi.dll
  import Kernel32.dll   import Urlmon.dll
  import Msvcrt.dll   import User32.dll
  import Normaliz.dll  
 
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  Additional Analysis  
     
 
notes  
  • Wininet.dll requires a C++ library, and was likely written in Micorsoft Visual C++. It was likely built using Visual Studio 2008.
  • Wininet.dll is a PE style file.
  • Our analysis shows that over 186 different files internally use Wininet.dll.
   
  Internal Resource Counts  
     
 
notes   Resources are read-only content stored within the file. It is mostly used to hold graphics, strings, menus and dialog templates, although other types are occasionally used. See our section on Resources Help for more details.

  Strings and Messages15   Icons (Single)44  
  Dialog Templates0   Icons (Grouped)13  
  Menus0   Icons (Animated)0  
  HTML Documents0   Cursors (Single)0  
  Accelerators0   Cursors (Grouped)0  
  Manifests1   Cursors (Animated)0  
  Fonts0   Bitmaps0  
 
   
  Icons Inside File  
     
 
notes   The single image below shows the Group Icon resources extracted from the file.

  icons
 
     
   
  Dialog Titles  
     
 
notes   This file includes dialog resources. We've extracted unique dialog titles below.
  
1Choose a digital certificate
 
   
  Text Inside File  
     
 
notes   View the text string resources. Some filtering was done to remove non-standard characters and to limit the length strings. Strings embedded in code are not shown.
  
1Please enter your authentication information.
Subject: • %1 • Issuer: • %2 • Effective Date: %3 • Expiration Date: %4 • Security Protocol: %5 • Signature Type: %6 • Encryption Type: %7 • Privacy Strength: %9 (%8!u! bits)
2Effective date
Expiration date
Security protocol
3Directory
4Refresh in Offline Mode
Do you want to refresh by going online?
5The security certificate is from a trusted certifying authority.
The security certificate date is valid.
The security certificate has a valid name matching the name of the page you are trying to view.
6You have received a "cookie" (Internet information stored on your computer) from %1 • • The contents are: • • %2 • • It expires on %3 • • Do you want to accept it? If you click No, the page you are trying to view may not display correctly.
Security Alert
End of session
7Unknown Cipher
2 KeyTriple DES
Triple DES
8Diffie Hellman store and forward
Diffie Hellman Ephemeral
KEY (Fortezza)
SKIPJACK (Fortezza)
TEK (Fortezza)
%1!s! with %2!d! bit encryption (%3!s!).
%1!s! with %2!d! bit hash key.
%1!s! with %2!d! bit exchange (%3!s!)
Unknown Hash
Unknown Key Exchange
Hash type
Key Exchange
9No Signature
Any Key Exchange
Hughes MD5
Cylink MEK
SHA and MD5
SSL3 Master Key
SSL Master Hash
SSL MAC Key
SSL Encryption Key
PCT1 Master Key
SSL2 Master Key
TLS1 Master Key
10Algorithm %u
11Internet Explorer was unable to export this certificate
Error exporting certificate
Internet Explorer was unable to import this certificate
Error importing certificate
12rasapi32.dll
Connected to %s.
inetcfg.dll
Redialing in %d seconds.
Dialing attempt %d.
Dialing...
Verifying user name and password...
Work &Offline
Connected to remote computer.
Failed to connect to remote computer.
Certificate Information
This type of document does not have a security certificate
Connect to
Unable to establish a connection.
Unable to establish a connection. Ensure dial-up networking is configured correctly.
13The line is busy.
No answer.
14LAN Connection
15Confirm use of Proxy Server
Internet Explorer has automatically configured a proxy server for this connection. Is a proxy server used on this connection?

Zero terminated sub-strings are separated with " • ".
 
     
   
  Vendor Summary  
     
 
Vendor
  Microsoft Corporation

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