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and both of these are needed right?   And one can have 3 iexplorer.exe if they have 3 internet windows open, right? there are three viruses/trojans that use this name, so try and remove them all Sebbs well, i check my task manager on startup and there it is.... pissed of at comps It appears twice in my Task manager, and seemingly creates an .EXE file in the "\Documents and Settings\ username \Local Settings\Temp" folder which cannot be deleted. Info It Constantly pops up When i Was Logged into firefox Now i Deleted the file in prefetch Folder in Windows Now everything works i guess.

rick dangerouse in the wroung hands Lore If its in capitals its the IEXPLORE.\\\\exe browser hijacker which flags the genuine explorer, just check task manager andy I have also 2 iexplore.exe's, See also: Link Nathan It starts two processes for one user, and they are impossible to kill; that user had spyware previously rg In some cases it's not the browser, we're when in program folder - IE file, when located in windows folder - malicious code (troyan) exploit the PC whitout the permission of the host. please! http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/iexplore.exe.html

The architecture used by the iexplore.exe file is built around the technology Component Object Model (COM). Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity News Tutorials Tweak & Secure Windows Safe Online Practices Avoid Malware Malware Help Malware Removal Assistance Android, iOS and KnowNau iexplore.exe been slowing down my pc, & everytime I constantly try to end process, a few seconds its up & running again.

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. Used as cover exe for viruses that infact aren't the file "iexplorer.exe." Alternative browser - Firefox. if u know how to get rid of it add me on msn [email protected] Anis This thing has to be bad, try keeping your eye on the task manger files when plus you can change iexplore.exe's priority fo LOW.

use the run tool and type in iexplore.exe and internet explorer will start, you really shouldnt delete anything cuz it might screw it up. iexplore.exe is a process also relating to the Avant Internet Browser, a free plugin for Internet Explorer which offers additional features. EVIL I SAY! http://www.file.net/process/iexplorer.exe.html e-mailed me that my p.c.

I use Firefox, and every time I start up fire fox, in the task manager it pops up, and ad comes with it. This allows you to repair the operating system without losing data. Anoymous This is what to do: start your computer and when its booting press F8 to run in safe mode then use your antivirus system and run a full computer scan. Click here to Register a free account now!

Important: Some malware also uses the file name iExplorer.exe, for example TROJ_GEN.R47C3A4 or TROJ_SPNR.38HQ13 (detected by TrendMicro), and Trojan.Win32.Agent.ubi or IM-Worm.Win32.Zeroll.af (detected by Kaspersky). http://www.malwareremovalguides.info/iexplorer-exe-is-running-in-background/ Nothing to worry about. Jannah Windows Internet Explorer Browser but if its EXPLORE.exe its a worm details how to remove are in the link (click on recovery tab) See also: Link matt Apparently, it's a Firefox being extremely slow (not ALL the time but sometimes) Explorer(not internet, the file explorer) being slow sotimes (Note: This has been the case with my Laptop from time to time)

And its not in the System32 folder. If iexplore.exe is located in the Windows folder for temporary files, the security rating is 74% dangerous. How do I get rid of it. Is it a virus?

Click OK to either and let MBAM proceed with the disinfection process. Posted: 02-Jan-2009 | 4:35PM • Permalink Simply Google it NY and you will find your answer. It's not a virus, but has some nasty security holes that can easily cause virus infection. Richard If you don't use explorer then just restart your computer and run it in safe mode.

File size difference, on boot IEXPLORE.EXE is 3kb in size, iexplore.exe is 27kb in size. when I stop the process the symbols disapeer but after a while they come back without that I do anything Mariussssie I ve got more than one Iexplore.exe. = VIRUS!!! Internet Explorer is a virus itself, no matter where it's at.

Somehow crapware was installed there, so my spybot didnt find it.

Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Below is a list of the most common symptoms of this kind of malware. Only they seem to update it now so my way doesnt work. ran a search removed files and installed FireFox no problems anymore Denis i think this is an trojan because no taskbar caption for it, and when internet explorer not in running,

IEXPLORE.EXE It runs itself randomly even when not connected to the internet, infected and riddled with advert popup and a major amount of annoying mem useage causing the computer just to Run Windows Repair Tool to repair iexplore.exe related Windows Errors 3. HOWEVER, you may still have malware with this name. Im so glad;)))) Konrad iexplorer.exe has been slowing my computer down a lot, after reading these comments I'm not sure what to think of it - I wasa is essential for

bman9089 This one took me awhile to figure out. Ladd dislike it as it keeps wanting to access dangerous and blocked sites (Avast) Ben Slows everything! this happens even with pop-ups! This program is a non-essential process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems.

Doug In program files I found the Caps IE-it listed a file version of 5.50.4134.600. Also eats insane amounts of RAM! It has to be some form of malware that attacks FireFox. Any graphics that the web site has will consume your resources/CPU power.

It is located in the Windows folder, but it is not a Windows core file. Click "Change/Remove" and it will ask you to type in a special number to make sure that you are human. As you are here to clean infections, it is worth the wait to make sure your computer is properly scanned.

 
 
 

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