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Nice try though January 25, 2008 abhishek bhatnagar quite good post…but i think disabling services related to svchost.exe could prove a loss in some functionality…but its ok if someone knows about Some use Hugh memory and 100% CPU for 3 to 10 minutes. I'm gonna sound smart. I totally agree with you with the "one config to bind them all" scenario never happening {no matter how much some might want it! ;-) } I will check the Black

Using your approaches, I was able to clean up my computer and it is back to normal now. December 7, 2008 Hassan Thanks it works. September 30, 2008 Alan You the man (or woman)! Privacy and Cookies Policy | Terms of Use Change language: English ---------------- Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 MORESign InJoin 69report TurboFuture»Internet»Security»How to Easily Remove the Svchost.exe Virus How to Easily Remove

Should I just keep doing this? Thanks so much. How to remove SvcHost.exe malware (Virus Removal Guide) This page is a comprehensive guide which will remove the fake SvcHost.exe malware from Windows.

CPU usage dropped down to 10% below after using Rkill, :P hotpockets2 years ago test Miriam2 years ago ESET did it!! Why Are There So Many svchost.exes Running? Now, it's clean and fast like new! Generally, many different forms of malware like to hide themselves as svchost.exe.

Cyber-criminals spam out an email, with forged header information, tricking you into believing that it is from a shipping company like DHL or FedEx. Some malware tries to fake it putting one in C:\Windows or elsewhere. TDSSKiller.exe is what did it for me.My thanks to the author!!! Some malware inject a .dll file into the authentic svchost process, for example Win32/Conficker worm.

God bless you!! Website protected worldwide by official registration. You have put it clearly in terms that almost anyone can understand and use. Probably still have to have it reformated but now know so much more than before.

I work as volunteer for the elderly. September 25, 2009 HaNcH A lot of Thanks!!! Disabling Services Open up Services from the administrative tools section of Control Panel, or type services.msc into the start menu search or run box. submit About UsCopyrightTerms of UsePrivacy PolicyCopyright © 2016 HubPages Inc.

i know it now. Malware - short for malicious software - is an umbrella term that refers to any software program deliberately created to perform an unauthorized and often harmful action. Because svchost.exe is a common process in the Task Manager, malware programs sometimes mask themselves by running under the same process name of svchost.exe. beir bua Sliocht Chreagáin December 1, 2009 Rajasekaran Moorthy Excellent information – thank you December 2, 2009 Jobin Johny good.very useful December 2, 2009 Salim Tyan excellent and very clear explanation.

sanjay rajure 42,446 views 8:55 Trojan.JS.YouAreAnIdiot - Duration: 4:03. This method helped out a lot and my computer didn't end up an over-sized paperweight. Thanks… October 2, 2009 shamik ray thank you.very easy to understand October 6, 2009 Cath Why have I never found this site before? Thanks for the great info!

I work with .dll and .exe programs daily but am new to the field. Better to be safe than sorry, especially for those who are not technically inclined. Great explanation of how to view and disable services.

Thanks for all the help.

October 15, 2009 Stud thank you very much :) i always like to know what programs are running behind the seens and i never knew that there are so many diferent November 14, 2009 Roy Really, nice explanation, I like your work. How to Take Care of Your Home’s Appliances So They Last Longer Six Things You Need to Do Immediately After Plugging In Your New Router Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER PCWizKids Tech Talk 750,264 views 6:35 Loading more suggestions...

However, the only location it should be running from is C:\Windows\System32. January 24, 2008 diya What command are we supposed to enter in win2k? It is important to note that Malwarebytes Anti-Malware will run alongside antivirus software without conflicts. January 25, 2008 Chandoo Thanks alot for this info, I have always wondered what svc processes are up to. @peter, thanks for the links… :) January 25, 2008 joshua This only

THIS FIXED IT.... Just run the .exe and click the scan button. This was a really big problem back in the Windows XP days as well. Fixed the whole problem by 1) activating Firewall, running full virus scan 2) cleaning out all unecessary files, 3) download Windows Service Pack 2, KB 884020, Windows Security update for XP

July 19, 2008 james_k Don't disable services using Task Manager, In VISTA click the start button, type "services.msc" in the search box without quotes, and hit enter, this opens the services After installing and updating MBAM, just set it to a full scan of your computer, sit back, and relax. Keep your software up-to-date.