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Im using Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition, And iexplore.exe dosnt even come up with a search. ALSO more importantly, i have icons that seem to be run by this iexplore on my desktop, when i right click them the only option is 'delete' but that doesnt shut james dean Found iexplorer.exe in Windows directory after seeing process in task manager and unable to remove from HKLM software microsoft currentversion run (it kept reappearing). Rebooting will help but you have to get rid of the deeper problem Hope this helps.

If you find it in a C:\Windows subfolder, then the security rating is 82% dangerous. Disguised as the real browser. (not that the real thing would be any less dangerous :P) james press the start button and click on search all files and folder and enter So it runs in the background, But its not on the computer when i search for it. Multiple browser crashes, redirects en pop-ups when you start your browser.

The graphical user interface of the iexplore.exe file is composed of graphical Internet pages viewed. Michelle Look for Frank Aveni's answer - closest to reality as I can see - IE8 will open sub exe as needed. Lee may be IE file or troyan exploited by users. Search through the registry in the HKLM....\Run and RunServices for data relating to "internet Explorer".

  • The best way is to search & see it's location,should be in "internet explorer" folder not in "windows" or "system32".
  • How do I get rid of it.
  • LPLIUEMRYRSE It keeps re opening itself so i cant run other programs.

other process with same name should be checked AnotherGuest can i delete everything including this from my systm32 folder? If it reappears on it's own, you have a Trojan. but its IE if its in c:\program files hafiz If you find this file in the system32 subdirectory then it is dangerous. Aiden It has a lot of memory and CPU usage which slows your computer down...A LOT.

Constantly attacked by viruses. Posted: 02-Jan-2009 | 5:17PM • Permalink   windows explorer functions as in exploring the windows files and programs? F It's a trojan, there's two "IEXPLORE.EXE" programs running on my comp and the windows task maneger won't get rid of them. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/rkill/ Then open the log in Notepad.

But anyways I FIGURED A WAY TO END IT!!!! :) Step#1. And at last, heres a piece of advice: ALWAYS USE MOZILLA FIREFOX, Internet Explorer sucks and everybody knows it. But how do you remove it???? It's not Internet Explorer, Zone Alarm caught it.

See also: Link Glitchman Mmm...I have 3 or 4 versions of this stupid file iexplorer.exe I keep deleting them, they keep coming back. Read More Here In my case it was in Documents and settings\ local user \ application data\ dale bend settings\ 32 remote option.exe. before , it poped up All the time now It seems Calm . The existence of these processes cause memory usage and popups.

Lee may be IE file or troyan exploited by users. Added by the APHEXDOOR TROJAN! Fill in the number and uninstall. Is it the symptom of the same.

It provides a graphical user interface for accessing the file systems. 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. lsx It has limited my actions, for e.g - stopped me from copying and pasting, and somtimes dosent let me run wmp, also the shutdown protocall runs every so often and erradicator if you want to get rid of the problem Rafaelinux Wireless Wi-fi and blue tooth technology has really opened the door, since a hacker can access anyones computer - just

You can use it to see how your files are organized and to copy, move, and rename files, as well as perform other tasks pertaining to files, folders, and drives. This worked for me. if u know how to get rid of it add me on msn [email protected] Anis This thing has to be bad, try keeping your eye on the task manger files when

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USE LINUX AND YOU WONT GET ANY PROBLEMS ;) me Whenever I exit Internet Explore I get an error message saying that iexplore.exe is an unknown software. Roboclown (Just like what 'Fixed it said') SYMPTOMS: iexplore.exe runs even with no web browser open and when you ctrl+alt+del to terminate the processes, they instantly reopen on their own. 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. Rei It's Internet Explorer.

then i shut off my broadband when i don't need it. 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. 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" cannot be found and that it is needed to open JPEG's.

When i wanted to reinstall Yazak it turned out that it`s inside that download. on my laptop but I did have the GOOGLE TOOLBAR, so I removed it through the add/remove programs in the control panel and it went away immediately. Do I need this file - or is it bad news, how do I stop these messages? In XP, in the Task Manager, if it appears in lower case as "iexplore.exe" it means that there is an adware/spyware running on your system.

I've tried many of the suggestions found here and have a new one to suggest to you if others don't work. Posted: 02-Jan-2009 | 3:04PM • Permalink iexolprer.exe  = internet explorer explorer.exe = Windows explorer NY1986 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 27-Jun-2008 Posts: 1,262 Solutions: 1 Kudos: 44 Kudos0 Re: What's the difference between In XP, in the Task Manager, if it appears in lower case as "iexplore.exe" it means that there is an adware/spyware running on your system. The existence of these processes cause memory usage and popups.

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" If iexplore.exe is located in a subfolder of the 7 more variants.