I've noticed recently when analysing Snow data that CefSharp shows up quite regularly. Initial investigation of this rather interesting application, is that its an embedded Web Browser for allowing a parent application to have a web capability.
I didnt find that very useful though, as its not something a user would use as such - and its certainly not installed standalone. So where is it coming from?
CEF stands for Chromium Embedded Framework and its quite popular.
Digging in to the program files (or the new 'Files per Computer' report (as of 9.3.3) shows most are part of various Vendor bundles including Microsoft (Power BI Desktop and and Personal Data Gateway) as well as Intuit, Github, EDrawings, Altium, Adobe and more...
There are also many versions of CefSharp with v73 being a recent version.
My question is there are many versions of CefSharp - do they need tracking or are they embedded enough that there isnt a potential security issue?