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And then you should click Show Results button. It is a IRC backdoor, i checked the connections > with netstat in CMD, and it gave me the following: > > ILLPUN-199-169.2.static.vsnl.net.in:6667 > > as we can see it's a I had to replace wuauclt.exe ( the Windows Update client ) from the Service Pack 2. Home svcnxp32.exe - How to Fix August 14, 2010 Exe-Fix S svcnxp32.exe - What is it ?

Professional Services Our experience. xhackman Big Will Guest Posts: n/a 05-10-2004, 07:46 AM xhackman wrote: > On 4 Oct 2004 12:20:11 -0700, (E-Mail Removed) (Ian Kenefick > Ireland) wrote: > > >>xhackman The time now is 11:28 PM.

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Frank Wheeler Guest Shortly after upgrading (flawlessly, I thought) with the SP2, my Norton advised that svcnxp32.exe was attempting to access the Internet from the System32 directory, and "recommended" that it I can't delete the damned executable file, can't shut down the > Norton RED WARNING, and have no idea how to proceed or even what sort of > risk I am I would assume that it is not only safe, but prudent to remove this file, yes? - Frank Wheeler "MowGreen [MVP]" wrote: > svcnxp32.exe returns nothing on Google nor is it Sophos Central Synchronized security management.

Regards, Eirik "xhackman" <(E-Mail Removed)> skrev i melding news:(E-Mail Removed)... > Hi all, > > today i turned on my pc, and get popup message like: "Svcnxp32.exe has > generated errors So how come Sophos with latest ide update files, and adaware > cannot find anything on this??? We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. http://www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/startup_applications/10789-svcnxp32exe.html Thanks Ian.

I will try! delete the file svcnxp32.virus My removal was complicated by the presence of svcnv32.exe and a version of wuauclt.exe as well, all of which cooperated to replace each other, so it was hth John Brown Bears are always happy, we get to hibern8 Br0wnbear Dan Guest Posts: n/a 29-09-2004, 04:53 PM Hi John: Thanks! Sophos now detects it.

Maybe these are just dropped trojans, and you have yet to get to the real trojan that's the dropper. http://www.support-free.com/svcnxp32-exe-how-to-fix.html from Mow Green, of course... Sophos Mobile Countless devices, one solution. PC is a complicated machine and with so many different files, settings and procedures to monitor, it is hard to identify just what is slowing you down not to mention implementing

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At the time I answered Mow Green's question last week, there was no "msmacroprotxz.exe" in my System32 folder. If this comes back as a possitive detection >for the backdoor send it to sophos. > >In the mean time...Disinfection... > >Locate this "svcnxp32.exe" file and delete it >Delete the registry Therefore, before ending a task/process via CTRL+ALT+DEL just because it has an "X" recommendation, please check whether it's in MSCONFIG or the registry first. If the description states that it is a piece of malware, you should immediately run an antivirus and antispyware program.

Thread Tools Display Modes svcnxp32.exe - virus or not? Step 6: On the Scanner interface, make sure the Perform full scan option is selected and then click Scan button to start scanning your computer for virus. Damage to your computer's registry could be compromising your PC's performance and causing system breakout and crashes.

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If there is a message telling that it needs to reboot, please click OK. Search Sign In Threat Analysis Threat Dashboard Free Trials Get Pricing Free Tools Troj/Small-UW Category: Viruses and Spyware Type: Trojan Prevalence: Download our free Virus Removal Tool - Find and remove Get Pricing The right price every time. A reference to svcnxp32.exe was present, however, and that > > was deleted. > > > > Back to WinExplorer to delete the svcnxp32.exe file, without success. > > > >

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I cannot delete this file? >> >> Any help is appreciated. >> >> Thanks, >> >> Dan >> >. > Dan Br0wnbear Guest Posts: n/a 29-09-2004, 03:35 We are so confident that PC Repair Doctor can detect and fix all harmful errors that if you still see Windows Error popping up and interfering with your PC usage in Recent Posts Free Fix NACUtilsJ-ocx Free Fix NacUgRv-exe Free Fix NACUtils-ocx Free Fix NA-Service-exe Free Fix NABYXKNRN-exe Free Fix NacManager-plg Free Fix NABMonitor-exe Free Fix nad-exe Free Fix Nabit-exe Free Fix I cannot delete this file? > > Any help is appreciated. > > Thanks, > > Dan > =?Utf-8?B?RGluZ2JhdA==?= Dan Guest Posts: n/a 29-09-2004,

and I am stumped as to how to > proceed. If this comes back as a possitive detection >for the backdoor send it to sophos. > >In the mean time...Disinfection... > >Locate this "svcnxp32.exe" file and delete it >Delete the registry I have now gone through my entire registry deleting all references to svcnxp32.exe, including two in a "Rule 460" registry key, but not the entire key/folder. So how come Sophos with latest ide update files, and adaware >> cannot find anything on this??? > >Sophos may not detect the virus. (If it is a virus) > >One

Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us You might be able to use Process Explorer (www.sysinternals.com) to help you in this. MowGreen [MVP] =============== *-343-* FDNY Never Forgotten =============== Frank Wheeler wrote: > Shortly after upgrading (flawlessly, I thought) with the SP2, my Norton > advised that svcnxp32.exe was attempting to access