Get more detailed information about iexplore.exe and all other running background processes with Security Task Manager. Be wary of parked occupied vans and wi-fi hot spot sites nearby. HOWEVER, you may still have malware with this name. Read also the 301 reviews. 9092 users ask for this file. 59users rated it as not dangerous. 14users rated it as not so dangerous. 66users rated it as neutral. 49users rated
COMEDIANTE both of these "iexplorer.exe" files are reliant on each other. If you have one or more Internet Explorer's running, it may be impossible to tell which is good and which is bad. The file is not a Windows system file. I tried all your suggestions, but in my case they didn't work because whenever I tried to remove it from the prefetch subfolder it just re-created itself after a couple of http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/iexplore.exe.html
plus you can change iexplore.exe's priority fo LOW. I have a brand new computer and it has started coming up each time i shut down as needing to be ended even though i am not aware of it running. When the scan is complete, click OK, then Show Results to view the results.
If you have many IE Browser windows open at the same time, you will also find many instances of IEXPLORE.exe running. As far as i am concerned there is a significant threat from the first and none from the second. explorer is now in Task bar when i open internetpages Schpitfrik(NL) If you cant close all iexplore.exe processes, try checking ur software at control tab. RonKK I know it's Microsoft Internet Explorer but I have found a file called iexplore.exe in a hidden directory of uninstall parts of windows, and if I don't kill this process
I have w32/pate.b Virus. While Microsoft's Internet Explorer is of questionable security itself, I think the authors of the site should clarify that IEXPLORE.EXE (all caps) is also the name of a highly infectious computer I donīt know what more can I do to kill it!!! I've tried many of the suggestions found here and have a new one to suggest to you if others don't work.
The best way is to search & see it's location,should be in "internet explorer" folder not in "windows" or "system32". DLLs can be stored to your System32 and run through winsock. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PCWorld. All this started when I downloaded AOL IM...
What do I do? I'm willing to run and post any logs, does anybody have any ideas? Note - this is not the legitimate Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe) process, which should not appear in Msconfig/Startup unless you add it manually! "Iexplore" definitely not required. In newer operating systems, it is under Accessories. Â You are also correct about the iexplore.exe.
A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan. In my case it was in Documents and settings\ local user \ application data\ dale bend settings\ 32 remote option.exe. Version in file properties said 1.0..
or until u download it again ;) Jon The multiple process IEXPLOE.exe is malware and can be very difficult to get rid of, finding what causes this is time consuming.
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. Press the OK button to close that box and continue.If you encounter any problems while downloading the definition updates, manually download them from here and just double-click on mbam-rules.exe to install.On Also I get icons on my desktop about travel, casino, card games, bingo, etc that pops up whenever "Iexplore" pops up in my taskmanger. Background process is iexplore.exe(In small letters) Amod It usually is an internet explorer but if it you havn't opened IE up yet and it has it it's something else.
It does not show up in hijack logs so beware. Emsisoft Anti-Malware will now start to scan your computer for rootkits and malware. You need download the third in the list (Excutable), install it and click "Do a system scan and save a log". and create date was recent and it shouldn't be in that directory so I was convinced it wasn't the real IE executable.
do this for each instance of explore.exe and it will be gone forever! Phoenix i have 3 of them it slows down my cable and wont go away is there any cure for this crap _ silent shadow In some cases it's not the 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, popo it opens a new one every 4 minutes until there are about 50 running.
Ivan Midjich, Security Crew, a href="http://swebase.com" Swebase Network /a In xp pro in processes if only one "IEXPLORE.EXE" process apears it might not be malware, also do a search for "IEXPLORE.EXE" Ask the experts! I thought it was a bit suss when random messages started coming up saying that if I clicked OK it would clean porn off the computer or something. samwinirise If Nortons says its a Virus Its a Virus!
It is a horrible little prick and is hard to be rid of. To give you an idea, the file in all caps sends out 1 meg of data within 1 minute. IEXPORER.EXE I got this by down loading what I thought was Mcafee site advisor. Only they seem to update it now so my way doesnt work.
IEXPLORER.EXE (note it's IEXPLORER not IEXPLORE) the extra "R" on the end signifies it's not Internet Explorer. Note the .EXE file name and remove this file from any where you can find it. Open task manager, end iexplore.exe's process. This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using cleanmgr and sfc /scannow, uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using msconfig) and enabling
Please Mackleyne It can be some browser hijackers that cause it to run it in background, means without your notice, and it may also cause the unstability of your pc, you My Opinion: nasty ad ware, and difficult to remove DeskJet Terry in WinXP home/PRO/SP1 it should be all caps and in ur Program Files/Internet Explorer/ directory, if it's in your /windows/ It keeps downloading trojans, restarts my computer and i cant close it. 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)