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Malware often uses names that are very similar to legitimate processes in the hopes that they will be overlooked. See also: Link RH Mot only system file. Can anyone shine a light on this for me. A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan.

I got an alternative task manager caled proccess manager, and it ended the faulty csrss.exe Dolan miu Its a VIRUS Chaitanya Korde its a system file,but almost dangerous cause other virus It's a very nice curtian for trojans to hide behind. Puts a bunch of pesky pop-ups on your screen. When the user application makes a Win32 API call, it is usually CSRSS which communicates with the operating systemĺs Kernel to execute the API call. 3.368-4.144 kB on my system (21 http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/csrss/

see link See also: Link Juan It opened several AOL IM windows spamming every sec... Pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL identifies programs that are currently running - not necessarily at startup. One way to determine if csrss.exe is a legitimate file besides looking at the date modified is to right click on csrss.exe inside Task Manager and attempt to end process.

Was this page useful? The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. If its being run for other places then maybe you have a fake duplicate. Joost This file is legit when within the system32 folder.

Only in lower case in System 32 and you cant delete it, and if you chnage the name another program appears in its place. It has been noted that one virus had been found that runs as csrss to hide from you. Additionally there was always a mysterious connection to stealth.insert.si Booted in safe mode, deleted the csrss.exe from \windows and all is good now. http://www.sevenforums.com/system-security/289062-csrss-exe-trojan.html Note - this is not the legitimate csrss.exe process, which should not appear in Msconfig/Startup! "SYSTEMSars32" definitely not required.

Thanks to the information on this site I have found the culprit, I think. If this file runs out of any folder except system32: virus.... Fuzzy It was manipilated by a virus on my system some kind of scanning flooding bot "chodebot" and it was able to add it self back to startup after i had Therefore this process has to be monitored closely!

Theres a virus that makes a copy of the the name, normaly the process shoud not be shut down. -CS Computer-S i also have 1 on task manager I have scanned my hard disk and found this, is it normal? Unfortunatly i allowed it in the caution windows from the anti-virus. I then click "show all users" (Vista) & it shows 2 csrss.exe running, both "system" toni Found in (user)\AppData\Roaming\csrss.

The properties say it's created by StarMicrpSdn and it's original name is Winsyst.exe. csrss.exe displays an error box when my dll won't load, it says that under process explorer that csrss creates a thread that displays the rror. Else... It is also used when you open explorer.

If csrss.exe is located in the C:\Windows folder, the security rating is 76% dangerous. JFK2 Some sypware use this name because windows disallow you to end process it, I found it in copy-protected CDs but now I can kill it See also: Link devotee It's Jonathan C. I am using Win7 Is there any solution for this?

Oturum a├ž 52 18 Bu videoyu be─čenmediniz mi? The second should be located in Windows\winsxs\~. Therefore the technical security rating is 4% dangerous, however you should also read the user reviews.

based on info i've found it is a critical file however I only have one of these processes running and it gives me a pop-up every 7 seconds.

You must immediately Delete the file and End Process this Fake csrss... Some of these may or may not be the legitimate versions.Scan for CSRSS.EXE related errors It is highly recommended that you run a FREE performance scan to automatically optimize memory, CPU One is for microsoft and another one is virus. PQ In my computer, it is located in this folder : c:\windows\softwaredistribution\download Luchito_Gallito I discovered csrss.exe & csrss.bin in root directory, after reading this thread I promptly deleted it.

i have found two on my system: c:\windows\winlogon.exe is 152kb, c:\windows\system32\winlogon.exe has a different icon embedded and is 491kb Ian I now have spam coming out of my computer (sending all System Security Trojan called 'Trojan.Generic.2582177' on my systemHi, I have Window7 Ultimate 64 bit on my system. TheElohimran 59.971 g├Âr├╝nt├╝leme 7:44 What happen's if you end csrss.exe process - S├╝re: 4:54. So it seems to be not very harmful and easy to clean.

If you do not have another account you can create a new account through the User Accounts icon in the Control Panel. Stanislavs I suggest to allways have a backup ghost image of your hardisk. Sometimes this process maks your computer slower because of registry errors See also: Link Dor This is a must be running thin' THAN it lagged the computers and can block the See also: Link Martin Winspy uses this process to keylog, never really got it out.

Windows file Kasper if its in windows system 32 install its original n should never be deleted..else in lappy u will change ur power management console saurab a process which is Legit one still there. Other processes wltrysvc.exe grooveex.dll msnlnamespacemgr.dll csrss.exe pnkbstra.exe rpbrowserrecordplugin.dll mdnsresponder.exe hkcmd.exe srvany.exe explorer.exe lsass.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy Bobby UUU I kept seeing Windows Security Center saying my firewall was shut off, as well as automatic updates.

I tried using spysweeper and adaware, but they couldnt detect it, probably because of the name. So the process can't be stopped, the file can't be removed and anti-virus apps say the thing is fine! An example would be "svchost.exe" - which doesn't appear in either under normal conditions but does via CTRL+ALT+DEL. The Computer Made Simple 1.701.431 g├Âr├╝nt├╝leme 5:27 Pc Problems -- Solved Csrss.exe in Windows 7 - S├╝re: 3:54.