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Comment 56 by [email protected], Oct 23 2015 Processing Also switched to Google Public DNS (XP:; Windows 7: By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Partially Powered By Products Found At {{offlineMessage}} Try Microsoft Same behaviour - lsass.exe runs at full throttle (one core) for 2 minutes, then Chrome starts. Is this malware ? original site

For a while I suspected that Avast! start up, automatic repair, &... I deleted folder as per "jd.." post, it seems to work for now. A new one was created upon opening Chrome again.

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Once the virus was gone, all of the lsass.exe CPU resources disappeared. I did a 30-day trial and cleaned it up. appearances of lsass.exe. Comment 53 by Deleted [email protected], Sep 10 2015 Processing i cleaned visits history and glad Comment 54 by [email protected], Sep 25 2015 Processing To #27 [email protected], can confirm, had the same

Hope you value the info! Running 53.0.2785.116 m on Win 7 Pro SP1 Comment 71 by [email protected], Oct 25 Processing I had same issue after deleting password for user in windows. I restarted Chrome and all is well--yay! Lsass.exe High Cpu Server 2008 R2 I did not know why :) Comment 72 by [email protected], Dec 11 Processing Comment 70 - as suggested Comment 27's fix worked, by deleting the Empty SID folder under %appdata%\Microsoft\Protect\ Thank

Comment 23 by [email protected], Dec 28 2014 Processing It is really annoying to have this issue. Lsass Exe High Cpu Windows 7 Chrome Not always reproducible, but happens frequently. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads That worked in my case.

Comment 77 by [email protected], Jan 11 (5 days ago) Processing To the guy who posted Comment #27 , a big thank you from here as well! Lsass.exe High Cpu Windows 10 Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows bad) whereas K------ky ($5 online for 1-3 desktop licences) allows for manual customization (others don't). 3rd, uninstall ( all bloatware ( and unnecessary freeware ( by removing (Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Comment 70 by [email protected], Sep 15 Processing I can also confirm the solution in Comment 27 - deleting "C:\Users\\appdata\roaming\microsoft\protect\" directories.

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Comment 16 by Deleted [email protected], Oct 20 2014 Processing Also seen on Win 7 32bit, but only on one user profile. Comment 25 by [email protected], Dec 31 2014 Processing you have not provided any info about name of the virus, infected files/processes or anything. Lsass.exe Using High Cpu Windows 7 Comment 1 by [email protected], May 19 2014 Processing Labels: labelPerformance Comment 2 by [email protected], May 20 2014 Processing Cc: [email protected] Labels: Needs-Feedback Unable to reproduce the issue on Windows 8 OS Lsass.exe High Cpu Windows 7 Fix The time now is 08:09 PM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of

A network security guy from my IP Cablevision Optimum claimed that it is so, but I did nothing until, on April 4, '16, the cable Internet connection speed dropped to 10 my site Interestingly enough my Win8.1 machine with Chrome does not suffer from this behavior. FWIW: I couldn't find the "magic" folder anywhere in the filesystem. I'm finding a ton of directories and files in C:\Users\\appdata\roaming\microsoft\protect\ and I don't want to just guess at which one is supposed to be deleted. Lsass.exe Windows 7 Fix

Comment 32 by Deleted [email protected], Jan 21 2015 Processing To the guy who posted Comment #27 you're awesome bud, I can confirm that it worked for me and cleared up my Excel pops up but it's work area is white and it does not respond - lsass.exe takes up one core, then I wait for a minute or two - then Excel I was just trying to help, so apologize for the info being useless. my response Comment 74 Deleted Comment 75 by [email protected], Jan 2 Processing Solution provided in comment #27 does not working for me.

Project Member Comment 62 by [email protected], Mar 10 2016 Processing Labels: -Needs-Feedback Needs-Review Owner: [email protected] Status: Assigned Thank you for providing more feedback. Local Security Authority Process High Cpu Windows 10 Using some clues from you all here, I've tracked it down this. Comment 31 by Deleted [email protected], Jan 13 2015 Processing This has been occurring recently on my machine where the cpu usage of explorer.exe spikes after opening Google Chrome.

Comment 35 by Deleted [email protected], Mar 4 2015 Processing Actually, nevermind.

When quitting Chrome, the root process (which does not have a window) remains active(?!?) and lsass.exe continues too use 100% cpu time. Only way to end the 50% usage was closing Chrome and then finding the last Chrome instance in Task Explorer, upon killing it, the usage drops to 0% instantly. The log did not start when the problem started, sorry - so it starts when lsass is already actively consuming one core. Lsass.exe Cpu After uninstalling, the issue did not seem to reappear.

Comment 24 by [email protected], Dec 28 2014 Processing Turns out this was a really obscure virus that none of my virus programs picked up, including Sophos Enterprise virus. I then reopened chrome to observe the same behavior as previous (normal behavior). It's because I'we located this problem on Opera 34 ("Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/47.0.2526.106 Safari/537.36 OPR/34.0.2036.47"). pop over to these guys Comment 69 by [email protected], Sep 8 Processing I confirm deleting "C:\Users\\appdata\roaming\microsoft\protect\" solved it for me.

So some part of security/encryption inside our browsers are starting this chain loop of errors.


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