If you have found nengine.dll onto your computer, you should know that this file might be both reliable and unreliable; thus, you should not keep it running on your system without checking whether you could trust it. It has been found out that this dynamic link library often appears in %APPDATA% folder. If you have come across it exactly there, you should definitely inspect it. It is known that nengine.dll file can be described NewNext Helper Engine and it is very probable that it has been developed by the company NewNextDotMe. The size of this file is 1.2 MB and you can find it on those computers that run Windows operating system.
This dynamic link library is not likely to cause a serious harm to your computer; however, there is always a possibility that cyber criminals are going to steal the name of this file and then name the other dangerous one in the same way. You should always keep in mind that the names of legitimate files are often used in order to trick computer users into believing that the file is harmless. However, if it ever happens that you discover that a file is fake, you should not keep it on your system any longer. You should also always keep your authentic antimalware suite enabled in order to avoid various dangerous components in the future.
Our specialists have also revealed that nengine.dll is closely related to Mobogenie and might come onto your computer together with it. Mobogenie itself is not an illegal application and thus there is no need to rush to erase it. As it claims, it is an all-in-one Android Smartphone PC manager. However, it has been found that it can come bundled with other programs. Therefore, it is not surprising that nengine.dll came together with it. However, if Mobogenie came onto your system illegally, you should remove it as soon as possible.
Apart from arriving at your computer together with Mobogenie, nengine.dll may also be part of PUP.Optional.NextLive.A which is a potentially malicious applications. In such a case your system will display an error message which says that nengine.dll is not a "proper application extension". Where you to delete the file, you would then be informed that it cannot be loaded. It means that the program this file has arrived with has modified certain registry keys in a way so that nengine.dll would be loaded automatically with each system start. This file usually arrives with potentially unwanted programs that sometimes function as tools for malware distribution. Hence, you should seriously check whether the nengine.dll you are dealing with is safe.
If it turns out that nengine.dll is not the file which could be trusted, we recommend that you erase it from your system. As it has been mentioned above, this file originally is not harmless; however, it might be used by cyber criminals for unfair purposes. You should acquire a reliable antimalware tool, for instance, SpyHunter which will keep your computer protected from malicious software. If there are any of the infections residing in your system, it will take care of them without any difficulties.