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What’s PushUI.exe (PushApp)? Is it safe or a virus?

PushUI.exe is a software application developed by CUMMINS INC. with the app description "PushApp." This program is designed to facilitate the push notification process for users using the Cummins software.

Cummins Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of engines, generators, and related components and technology. Founded in 1919 and based in Columbus, Indiana, the company designs, manufactures, and services diesel and alternative fuel engines, as well as related components like filters, turbochargers, and emissions control systems. Cummins engines power various applications across industries like trucking, construction, mining, rail, defense, and power generation. With a strong focus on innovation and sustainability, the company develops technologies to improve fuel efficiency, reduce emissions, and enable alternative power solutions. Cummins has a global presence with operations in nearly every major region and continues to be a major player in the engine and power solutions market.

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Who makes PushUI.exe (PushApp)?

We’ve found CUMMINS INC. should be the publisher of PushUI.exe.

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What does it mean if someone is the publisher of a PC .exe (executable or process)?

The publisher of an executable is the entity responsible for its distribution and authenticity. Most processes/executables on your PC should be signed. The signature on the executable should have been verified through a third party whose job it is to make sure the entity is who it says it is. Find an unsigned executable? You should consider scanning any completely unsigned .exe on your PC.

Last updated: May 27, 2024

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