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Edward>Thank you for helping 20 customers move to another antivirus software  Mr. Just uninstall some program that you dont recognice from the list ("Add or Remove Programs"). The existence of these processes cause memory usage and popups. Search through the registry in the HKLM....\Run and RunServices for data relating to "internet Explorer".

Now iexplorer.exe opens, then crashes. But there are 2 iexplore: Where is the other? Who cares. when in program folder - IE file, when located in windows folder - malicious code (troyan) exploit the PC whitout the permission of the host. here

MSN messenger add-on. As far as I know (and experienced with much frustration), popups are the only detrimental effects on your PC and of course high memory usage. It is the process for the default web browser. Even for serious problems, rather than reinstalling Windows, you are better off repairing of your installation or, for Windows 8 and later versions, executing the DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth command.

The explorer.exe file is located in the folder C:\Windows. Ever heard of it???  Mr. Nothing was found. its in the prefetch and I386 folders of windows...

how do i execute it? Depending on your OS, Task Manager button can be seen there3. DaGGeR iexplore.exe is Internet Explorer executable file from Microsoft, but nowadays its true it can be other process of same name may be a virus or trojan kinda, I have iexplore.exe http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/iexplore.exe.html I have a brand new computer and it has started coming up each time i shut down as needing to be ended even though i am not aware of it running.

iexplorer.exe is a browser file. I have a brand new computer and it has started coming up each time i shut down as needing to be ended even though i am not aware of it running. Any HijackThis expert knows that immediately....I don't have the time to spell it all out here, Chappy On my XP machine a MS rep & I have been trying to remove how do i get rid of this thing!?

I've also had two "IEXPLORE.EXE"'s running, but only one browser window open??? http://www.malwareremovalguides.info/iexplorer-exe-is-running-in-background/ In XP, in the Task Manager, if it appears in lower case as "iexplore.exe" it means that there is an adware/spyware running on your system. it's the w32.Funner.worm... goodluck h4x0r I had one in my \Windows directory.

Hope this helps someone!! [edit:Please do not post personal information such as names or ID numbers per the  Participation Guidelines and Terms of Service.]   Message Edited by shannons on 10-08-2009 I've got two running in my task manager...whenever i try to close one, funklicensesize.exe pops up briefly, and then changes to ixexplore.exe again. Icon for desktop. not dangerous :) NaV This is Internet Explorer.

CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Concord Dawn I found it in my computer and it was at C:\windows\system32. Sometimes, if you close all of the IE Browser windows, some instances IEXPLORE.exe will remain running. This worries me a little.

Posted: 02-Jan-2009 | 7:31PM • Permalink Hi VNBoonie,   Thanks for posting the log.   Run the Hijackthis Scan, check only the following entry and click Fix.   O4 - Startup: some spyware/adwares tend to cause pop-ups thus eating up some memory and slowing your pc down. I can't stop them from task manager, and they eat memory all the time more and more until I must reboot.

No security but decent web browser.

Edward>I also tried in safe mode.  Mr. Sorry I'm bit of a computer noob! Random audio playing in background. it's a virus!

Task manager showed it used heaps of memory and I've had some unusual taskbars etc. My I.P. Fill in the number and uninstall. The file size is 199,168bytes.

Agent>Welcome to NortonLive Spyware & Virus Removal Service.  Is this the first time you are contacting us?  Mr. Goronwy By me it makes some rear symbols on my desktop about Travel etc. Find explorer.exe and Right click and End Process. hermides Either its internet exporer if your running IE, shut it down and check if there's any process left of iexplore It's a trojan if it's not in the Internet Explorer

GP I had 2 iexplore.exe processes in my task manager, and while checking installed programs in my add/remove software list i found a program called CiDHelp, which i didnt install for this give access to the web of other users (remote) and U do not now what are they doing. If iexplore.exe is located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder, the security rating is 74% dangerous. solution please...i tried to kill process but it is not work..i think it is malware Bagus Mahadityo I can'nt download anything or reload iexployer I think it needs a overhaul.

My sis was running Firefox at the time and not MSIE. That's the only thing I found out it does, so far Trieu Nguyen proxy trojan virus nir l This is a virus. Back to top #8 Budapest Budapest Bleepin' Cynic Moderator 23,517 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:03:05 PM Posted 22 July 2010 - 05:42 PM Try this:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-remo...sing-tdsskiller The power of accurate observation If internet explorer browser are turn off, this is virus.

Stiverino it uses 100% of cpu in endless loop Peter Any file can be an exploit. Luckily i had a firewall running and discovered this presumed keylogger. I"ve uninstalled I Explorer, but it still persists. u can monitor how many iexplore.exe are started.

But why open up 3 windows of Internet Explorer when IE 7 has tab browsing. remove it from the run key in the registry and it's gone Pepe I had 2 version of IEXPLORE.EXE running and could not delete them. What I did was this: Go to "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\"..