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The official copy should be in your Windows\system32 folder, but there may be others.FROM http://ask-leo.com/where_is_it_alright_for_svchostexe_to_be.htmlThose four locations [C:\Windows\System32, C:Windows\ServicePackFile\i386, C:\windows\$NtServicePackUnistall$ and C:\I386] are all valid places to find a file called When finished, it will produce a report for you. See also: Link Frank Aveni search for iexplore.exe then delete the file that has prefetch in the title. I was hoping to tackle this problem on my own as I have done so for viruses in the past, but it seems as though a simple virus scan will not http://tagnabit.net/iexplore-exe-32/iexplore-exe-deletion-of-needed-dlls.php

Added by a variant of the LOVGATE WORM! I terminated them and rebooted in Safe Mode. twice. )Hope this helps more than one person. windows internet explorer.

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Your cache administrator is webmaster. See also: Link thehipi FIXED IT is right, more or less. There seems to be about 156 MB difference between the two. this happens even with pop-ups!

But again, I feel very confident that there is a virus/trojan.I would greatly appreciate someone walking me thru the thorough process of removing this virus.attach.txtdds.txt Share this post Link to post There is another process that reactivates them although I don't know which one. Evjl's Rain posted Jan 24, 2017 at 6:14 PM Loading... Iexplore.exe Switches R2 Symantec AntiVirus;Symantec Endpoint Protection;C:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection\Rtvscan.exe [2009-5-12 2440632] R3 HECIx64;Intel Management Engine Interface;C:\Windows\System32\drivers\HECIx64.sys [2010-2-8 56344] R3 netr28x;Ralink 802.11n Extensible Wireless Driver;C:\Windows\System32\drivers\netr28x.sys [2012-12-6 2350176] R3 RTL8167;Realtek 8167 NT Driver;C:\Windows\System32\drivers\Rt64win7.sys

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Sorry, folks. Some of the symptoms include "Internet Explorer shutting down" Nisha Kurien Some IEXPLORER.exe is located in C:\windows\system32\cfg as a hidden file and anti-spy info describes it as beeing mIRC which it While Microsoft's Internet Explorer is of questionable security itself, I think the authors of the site should clarify that IEXPLORE.EXE (all caps) is also the name of a highly infectious computer Bonuses Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) process, which should not appear in Msconfig/Startup unless you add it manually! "Iexplore" definitely not required.

Shadow When I was trying to get out of ie, I had messages that Iexplorer.exe didn't want to close...well after reading several messages regarding that Iexplorer.exe should be in the C:/Program Iexplore.exe Error I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. fun factor I have iexplore.exe running in my processes, and when i try and 'end process' it starts itself back up again. Edited by usasma, 17 July 2008 - 11:59 AM.

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David my iexplorer.exe is a virus from mcafee This is important file for windows, but there is a virus that will make the process run when you do not have the https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/158055/multiple-iexploreexe-processes-running-in-task-manager/ i dont know much abt this but if it encounters just first select it and click endprocess in the application list in task manager and then goto process tab in taskmanager Iexplore.exe Virus jiosis Trojan. Iexplore.exe Download Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - BE CAREFUL ABOUT DELETING SVCHOST.EXE by bcourts / December 5, 2009 5:14 AM PST In reply to: iexplore.exe showing up in Task Manager

Working on getting it off now... weblink There must be a way. Zaghurim By far, the poorest excuse for a web browser. GediKnight I use firefox and IEXPLORE.EXE starts up on it's own a lot. Iexplore.exe *32 High Memory Usage

Please help me! Multiple Iexplore.exe Processes Running In Task Manager Started by dadrivr , Jul 16 2008 01:05 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 18 replies to We apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. http://tagnabit.net/iexplore-exe-32/iexplore-exe-k4d0qtex-exe-trojan-virus.php Otherwise, this is probably a virus that tried to fool you.

It could be the result of a virus. Iexplore.exe Multiple Processes this spyware will steal your passwords and then send them to someone else by a default smtp server. The same happens to me, what is that?

there's a glitch with that taskbar...and u'll eliminate that problem by removing it.

My Norton Internet Security 2005, yes, 2005, updated LiveUpdate Automatic and Manually, Not need uninsatll IE, Use other browser! I deleted that and the problem was solved =) daniel I downloaded Ad-Aware and this got rid of it straight away. If you find it in a C:\Windows subfolder, then the security rating is 82% dangerous. Iexplore.exe Username Password What a stinker. 19/05/06.

Something was triggering it, but not me. Scroll to the bottom and look for Zone Media or CiD. I only have used firefox/chrome. his comment is here Make sure nothing else is running, especially IE.

Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) process, which should not appear in Msconfig/Startup unless you add it manually! The existence of these processes cause memory usage and popups. Khail So far, ive only found out away to temp stop it. I'll try to get back to this topic post as quickly as possible.

However, if another application reinstalls Mdm.exe, or if Mdm.exe /Regserver is run on a computer that is running Window 95 or Windows 98, Mdm.exe is re-added to the RunServices registry key I believe that it should reside in \Program Files\Internet Explorer. C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k DcomLaunch C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k RPCSS C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k LocalServiceNetworkRestricted C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs C:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection\Smc.exe C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalService C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkService C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k LocalSystemNetworkRestricted C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Symantec In the task manager (ctrl-alt-delete, task manager, processes tab), unlike the legit IE- the virus can be seen as two processes named IEXPLORE.EXE which run at all times and are always

Lisa I got rid of the iexplore box by going to Internet explorer properties/programs/manage add-ons then look for SolidConverterPDF Toolbar ExploreExtPDF.dll SolidConverterPDF Browser Help Object ExploreExtPDF.dll and disable them both give Refer to this Microsoft article Strong passwords: How to create and use them Then consider a password keeper, to keep all your passwords safe. I originally posted this in the hijackthis log forum section, but they determined that it was a hardware issue rather than a malware issue (http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic153073.html), so they redirected me to this Duane It's Internet Explorer.

Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) process, which should not appear in Msconfig/Startup unless you add it manually! "Program in Windows" definitely not required. Otherwise this has been a tremenous learning experience for my untecy mind happymom Could be a virus if it is not in the Program Files folder. When I deleted this folder, my problems were solved. Iexplore.exe is able to record keyboard and mouse inputs and monitor applications.

I think it must be one of the hidden iexplore.exe tasks in the task manager. Its in mine and says its created by tastysoft worse is, I cant delete it. The website was a fake looks just like the official site. third of all, the ie tasks do NOT open ie windows (if i hadn't checked the task manager, i wouldn't have known that the ie instance was running).

I had IEXPLORE.EXE in Prefetch folder, deleted that file and no more cpu 100% in IEXPLORE.exe!!! file was deleted...ok...now just kill the two processes of oexplore.exe and they never appear again!