Is service.exe spyware or a virus? This is among many other things providing access to DNS, expecially if you are cable modem user. I. The .exe extension on a filename indicates an executable file. weblink
thomhead76 Internet Worm : Worm.Win32.RussoTuristo.b Can make Hide Folder Options Kill Files Has .exe Extension And More... The process uses ports to connect to or from a LAN or the Internet. it is a trojan and can be infected on a list of files including, .jpg, .exe,. .bmp and many others... You may need access to your OS installation discs to run the MS system file checker.
Here is the link I found to remove it. just a dead black screen with a mouse cursor. You might want to check if it's a false copy, however.
david P It's a trojan, try using HijackThis Open the Misc Tools section Open Process Manager then kill process c:\windows\services.exe then go to C:\WINDOWS and manual delete services.exe Restart and that's It also takes over other services driving your CPU to 100%. FrankV I have services.exe in my system32 files, and i viewed the applications properties and if you check the version, it says that it is copyrighted by microsoft. Please remember to back up before you edit anything.
Service.exe is able to record keyboard and mouse inputs, monitor applications and hide itself. Believe it's related to auto updates. What do you know about service.exe: How would you rate it: < Please select > important for Windows or an installed application (++) seems to be needed (+) neither dangerous nor MAC I only have the file that came with my OS.
Very annoying thing that Compaq has pre-installed, but it's a safe file otherwise.. System booted in Safe Mode OK. DigitalApocalypse the file i had in the system 32 folder disappeared and i get 4 error messages everytime i log on to my account it tells me to remove it from This allows you to repair the operating system without losing data.
MaldOne It's nothing. her latest blog omg its killing me, it suddenly appear on task manager and makes my net go slow and my comp go slow to and worst hang =/, STM says its on C:\Windows How to fix service.exe related problems? 1. all usage has stopped and computer is behaving properly.
Cheers Andy Running as an unprivileged user I have no problems with this process, but when I log on as Administrator the services.exe process hogs the CPU (according to MS's Task If service.exe is located in a subfolder of "C:\Program Files\Common Files", the security rating is 54% dangerous. To COMPLETELY remove them you'll need to find what other files are reinstating them. BTW - "msconfig" works for XP.
Long story short, update your computers people. Restoring my w2k image was best. Can cause serious issues if the System32 Services.exe gets infected. See also: Link Anand Kanojia anandkanojia uses up you CPU resources up to 98% whenever you dial-up to the internet FEWO you need it (the genuine windows file) to access internet
Believe it's related to auto updates. Donmega i tried to delete it and couldn't delete it, it would not let me. all by it self!
I hope It would be fixed soon.... Added by the DAEMOZ.A TROJAN! The legitimate services.exe is located under C:\Windows\System32 and is called service control manager. Other Windows OS (i.e., 2000) must use a different method.
Known file sizes on Windows 10/8/7/XP are 32,768bytes (97% of all occurrences), 8,192bytes and 6 more variants. Nothing detects it as a virus/adware/trojan etc and when i delete it it apears again after reboot. The file is located in the Windows folder, but it is not a Windows core file. Services.exe is an unknown file in the Windows folder.
type: msconfig.... If you find services.exe running with your own user name in the User Name field, than ya probably have the trojan version of it running. RSNG I have win2000 and the file services.exe in system32 folder is a windows file but it takes all my cpu freezing the system, what is going on? If you've done this, you can repair by hitting Ctrl-Alt-Delete, going to the task manager, clicking File- Run, opening the cmd window, and restoring the file from another location where you
See also: Link Brian Should be located in %windir%/system32 (ex. If services.exe is located in the C:\Windows folder, the security rating is 88% dangerous. From what I understand services.exe basically assist is running your processes on your server. Then I deleted the inetdim directory and no more issues cuerx INETDIM= dangerous!!!!!
if finish, start scan again. See also: Link Anand Kanojia anandkanojia uses up you CPU resources up to 98% whenever you dial-up to the internet FEWO you need it (the genuine windows file) to access internet no refrences to it in the registry. It is associed with the file "fservices.exe" in the system32 directory that remakes "service.exe" (in windows" directory) if is deleted" Josep Binefa Services.exe is a virus that will destroy your hard
Ihave valuable data in my disk so I dnt want to just format it. Madrikeka Tracked down why services.exe was hogging my CPU making my computer unusable. I had over 120 messages scanned by avg that weren't even in my mailbox. and this finish to rebot the computer the pop u. "windos connot find"C:\windows\services.exe".
do it many time until it says something "complete or finish or no more problem found" See also: Link AUSTIN services.exe with using epa.exe and epm.exe coming from erascent I deleted The file size is 487,424bytes (66% of all occurrences) or 479,232bytes.