REVOLT.dll is part of Steam Client API and developed by Valve Corporation according to the REVOLT.dll version information.
REVOLT.dll's description is "Steam Client API"
REVOLT.dll is digitally signed by Valve.
REVOLT.dll is usually located in the 'f:\src3\Wild Frontera\' folder.
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The following is the available information on REVOLT.dll:
|Product name||Steam Client API|
|Company name||Valve Corporation|
|File description||Steam Client API|
|Internal name||Steam Client API (buildbot_steam-rel-win32-builder_steam_rel_client_win32@steam-rel-win32-builder)|
|Legal copyright||Copyright (C) 2007|
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REVOLT.dll has a valid digital signature.
|Certificate issuer name||VeriSign Class 3 Code Signing 2010 CA|
|Certificate serial number||47a938edc7aeac8dc71dcbb4b4f611f8|
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