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You should look for one or two files in one of your temp-folders that constantly change name(s) and which you are not allowed to delete. i cant have two up at the same time it is very enoying! 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. Used as cover exe for viruses that infact aren't the file "iexplorer.exe." Alternative browser - Firefox.

I ran scans with Zonealarm and Spybot with updated definitions. Martin You just gotta be careful and pay attention. also involved is krzz.exe. It just shut down my entire computer for an upgrade at its convenience - without any option for me to stop it. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/iexplore.exe.html

Wow. Something was triggering it, but not me. Posted: 02-Jan-2009 | 1:41PM • Permalink Hi VNBoonie71,   Right-click on iexplore that you found in C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer folder and select Properties.

No, it is not. Still don't know how to remove it but I have two running at the same time and one uses around 4500 kb of memory while the other one uses 45000 kb. You need to start in Safe Mode to delete it. So, switched over to GData Internet Security, which is reputed to have the widest malware coverage acc.

Nothing was found. The same happens to me, what is that? iexplore.exe is a process also relating to the Avant Internet Browser, a free plugin for Internet Explorer which offers additional features. http://www.file.net/process/iexplorer.exe.html To resolve, go to Tools (within IE), then Manage Add-Ons, and I suggest disable all to start, and then by process of elimination, re-enable add-on.

note, the REAL IE is displayed as 0% threat. JJ windows process. the registry is change because the spywarw has opened a back door in our PC and the remote user have access when U connect to the internet. Viruses with the same file name are for instance Backdoor.Generic.250497 (detected by F-Secure), and Win32:Malware-gen (detected by Avast).

I believe that it should reside in \Program Files\Internet Explorer. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/iexplore.exe.html use firewall and do not let the process to use your bandwith. Doesn't appear to be dangerous, but it's one hell of a nuisance. Richard If you don't use explorer then just restart your computer and run it in safe mode.

Score UserComments Malware hogging all virtual memory on three of my family's computers. If asked to restart the computer, please do so immediately. it appears that it writes some shit in your registry too, try editing your startup items. (i recommend using some tool to do a clean job without messing something else :P) It has been downloaded automatically and windows security system asked me whether to run it or not with a warning of is being suspecious.

COMEDIANTE both of these "iexplorer.exe" files are reliant on each other. Doug In program files I found the Caps IE-it listed a file version of 5.50.4134.600. XPowner It your browser! HOWEVER, you may still have malware with this name.

Where are the profile files located for EVGA PrecisionX? See also: Link Pat Not sure 'bout this one. Can someone help me get rid off this nasty problem?

As this file was corrupted on my computer, in the Task Manager it listed as "iexplore.exe. *32", this is a very powerful virus; I have Used Recovery twice, AVG*** Malwarebytes***, HitmanPRO

I have used at least six different programs including RegCure and still have not been able to get rid of it. After reboot you can safely delete the programs and your prefetch directiory. BUT IT CAN ALSO BE THE Trojan.KillAV.B VIRUS steele I use it rarely but it still turned out, that my Task Manager wasn't opening because of IE-s bugs. ellareal My friend who is a computer wizz told me it took him 5 hours to remove this virus and when he did, it came back within 5 minutes.

HitmanPro will start and you’ll need to follow the prompts (by clicking on the Next button) to start a system scan with this program. LigerZer0 I had an IEXPLORE.EXE process running what seemed to give troubles sometimes with running normal IE explorer. it is still running I believe it is Spam or Virus. Rushyo I Currently have Two iexplore.exe in my task manager, I have casino,play poker etc shortcuts on my desktop in which there is no right- click function to enter properties, Its

after some digging..and with the help od ZoneAlarm, i found this: E:\Documents and Settings\All Users.WINDOWS\Application Data\Cool warn extra grid delete this file and its contents. what must I do destroy it Gabriel Every time I go on the internet, files open and do not close in my task manager. amin IExplore.exe is not the actually explorer process, that is EXPLORER.exe, to simply remove on an Win(OS) boot in safe mode:run - msconfig - boot.ini - safemode - restart - open