What is Cnap2lak.exe

CNAP2 Launcher - Canon Advanced Printing Technology - CANON INC.

File description

Cnap2lak.exe with description CNAP2 Launcher is a process file from company CANON INC. belonging to product Canon Advanced Printing Technology.
The file is digitally signed from CANON INC. - VeriSign Time Stamping Services Signer - G2
We do not recommend removing digitally signed files from CANON INC.

Automatic startup locations

001 Running Processes
002 Autorun registry entries local machine
003 Autorun registry entries Current User

Digital signatures found for this file

    Certificate 
5 CANON INC. - VeriSign Time Stamping Services Signer - G2

MD5 security rating in our database

1 files (Not yet rated and not signed)
5 files (Safe and digitally signed)
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User ratings for this file

File rating: Average rating of cnap2lak.exe: by 6 files and users.

Application errors

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User comments

It indeed is the printer status window launcher (tray icon)


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