What is mpcmdrun.exe?
mpcmdrun.exe is an important part of Microsoft’s Windows Security system that helps protect your PC from online threats and malware. You can also use this utility if you’d like to automate Microsoft Security Antivirus. The .exe must be run from the Windows command prompt. Microsoft lists all the available commands at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/threat-protection/microsoft-defender-antivirus/command-line-arguments-microsoft-defender-antivirus.
Publisher: Microsoft Windows Publisher
mpcmdrun.exe stands for malware protection command line utility.
What does mpcmdrun.exe do?
It’s part of Windows Security and it protects your PC from threats.
Is mpcmdrun.exe safe? 5 easy ways to see if mpcmdrun.exe is safe or malware.
- 1. See who signed the mpcmdrun.exe (check the publisher)
- 2. Scan mpcmdrun.exe with Windows Security.
- 3. Check the network activity of mpcmdrun.exe.
- 4. Analyze mpcmdrun.exe with VirusTotal.
- 5. Run it in Windows Sandbox.
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Why does mpcmdrun.exe access the network?
While investigating mpcmdrun.exe with the GlassWire network security monitor on our devices based in Austin, TX USA we found it connects to blob.bl6prdstr13a.store.core.windows.net which is obviously a part of Windows.net, a server controlled by Microsoft. This important part of Windows helps protect your PC from threats and should not be blocked by GlassWire’s firewall. In fact, we at GlassWire white list this important part of Windows so Windows Security can continue to get updated and protect your PC.
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