Infection?? - Process Explorer

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  1. Mover

    Mover Registered Member

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    Does anyone know what this is ??

    I was running Process Explorer and noticed this momentarily when I was clicking on a highlighted service.

    What the $%&^! is this o_O
     

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  2. stapp

    stapp Global Moderator

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    Cannot quite make out what is highlighted. Is it 'My Password Manager' and something to do with Kaspersky lab not being verified?
     
  3. Mover

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    At the bottom of my screen shot (circled) I have some kind of odd lettering appearing. You can zoom in on it by clicking the screen shot.

    The happens when I 'Show the lower pane' (Ctrl + L) and click on any service when I'm in Process Explorer.

    Anyone ?
     
  4. badkins79

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    Very strange. I played with my Process Explorer, and the only thing that I ever see in the area with the chinese characters is "Refreshing handles". It only shows up for a fraction of a second when i click different processes.

    Im surprised that the highlighted application says it is part of Kaspersky, but it says it can not be verified. I would look for other Kaspersky processes and see if they are verified or not.
     
  5. Mover

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    I was using version 15.11 of Process Explorer when I got the above characters instead of 'Refreshing DLLs'.

    I downloaded the latest version 15.23 and the problem has disappeared.

    Strange is right.
     
  6. Nebulus

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    It looks more like a bug than an infection...
     
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