What is yourphone.exe?
yourphone.exe is surprisingly not actually your phone. Are you surprised? Your actual phone is probably on your desk, or in your pocket. However, yourphone.exe can make your phone work with Windows in many useful ways. For example, you can text from your keyboard or even open Android apps and use them from your mouse. It’s a really useful app if you’re stuck at a desktop computer all day like we sometimes are.
Publisher: Strangely we found yourphone.exe was not signed by Microsoft or anyone at all.
yourphone.exe stands for … drum roll please… YOUR PHONE, yep, you guessed it.
What does yourphone.exe do?
Lets you text from your Windows PC and do other useful phone-to-PC things.
Is yourphone.exe safe? 5 easy ways to see if yourphone.exe is safe or malware.
- 1. See who signed the yourphone.exe (check the publisher)
- 2. Scan yourphone.exe with Windows Security.
- 3. Check the network activity of yourphone.exe.
- 4. Analyze yourphone.exe with VirusTotal.
- 5. Run it in Windows Sandbox.
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Why does yourphone.exe access the network?
While investigating yourphone.exe with the GlassWire network security monitor on our devices based in Austin, TX USA we found it connects to servers controlled by Microsoft at e-0009.e-msedge.net. It needs to access the network to work with your phone. However, if you have no need to use this app we have found it causes no issues to block it with GlassWire’s firewall.
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