dphostw.exe is a DPHOST part of DigitalPersona Pro for Active Directory from DigitalPersona, Inc.
Dphostw.exe is a Windows file created by DigitalPersona. The file is usually found in Program Files\digitalpersona\bin folder. If you find it anywhere else, Please note that dphostw.exe could be a virus, trojan, worm, or spyware. The location of the file can vary in different Windows versions or languages. This is an executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process dphostw.exe. If you have any further information, please let us know and submit a comment using the form below.
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