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Prozess Name: Windows Messenger

Produkt: Windows

Firma: Microsoft

Datei: msmsgs.exe


Windows Messenger von Microsoft ermöglicht Online-Chat und Instant Messaging. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/deutsch/prozess/msmsgs.exe.html 
Wenn Sie Windows Messenger nicht verwenden, können Sie ihn wie folgt deaktivieren: Start -> Programme -> Windows Messenger -> Extras -> Optionen -> Einstellungen. Deaktivieren Sie "Dieses Programm ausführen, wenn Windows gestartet wird".

Wichtig: Die Datei "msmsgs.exe" befindet sich im Ordner C:\Programme\Messenger. Wenn das nicht der Fall ist, handelt es sich bei msmsgs.exe um einen Virus, Spyware, Trojaner oder Worm! Überprüfen Sie dieses z.B. mit Security Task Manager.

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MSN Messenger for Online Chat and Instant Messaging Alex
msmsgs.exe is a Windows Messenger executable which is automatically loaded during XP boot, not a MSN Messenger (msnmsgr.exe). It is safe to disable and does not effect usage of the MSN Messenger. Easy removal:  Siehe auch: Link ProArt
Windows Messenger also in C:\ProgFiles\Messenger\ (XP)
MSN Messanger  Siehe auch: Link Ricky Jones
alle msg egal welche sind ein hohes sicherheitsrisiko, da hacker über irq auf ihr system gelangen können amadeuz
NEW Hijack! This file is located in c:\program files\messenger and 1.7Mb. IE is Hijacked with Win32/TrojanDownloader.Small.UT Trojan and NOD32 was unable tot rename or delete the file c:\windows\system32\crtv2_32.dll (size: 4k). After killing msmsg.exe (not MSN Messenger!!!) I was able to delete the DLL and the hijack was solved.... STM reported this msmsg.exe also as dangerous! Didn't found more articles on this yet! Spinning
msmsgs.exe is not very dangerous for most intents and purposes. It's annoying though if someone knows how to exploit it. Imagine working online and suddenly a messenger box opens up from someone wanting to chat with you... and all without MSN Messenger being open. I got rid of it. Syrynxx's link is accurate on elmination techniques. See that. Sam
I've not been able to disable this executable. Even when it says disabled it seems to run anyway sending data to "keylime stats". This attempts to log data several times an hour and this is verified through my firewall. ogre8fluffy
ProArt is referring to the "Messenger Service" used by network administrators, but this process (msmsgs.exe) is related to the Microsoft Windows Messenger instant messaging client. This is also *not* MSN Messenger. MSN Messenger is used by consumers to communicate with friends and family. Windows Messenger is the enterprise variant of the product designed to work with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 and 2003. So to recap, this is *not* the "Messenger Service" used to alert users and administrators across networks. This *is* an instant messaging client. It is *not* MSN Messenger. Dustin D. Cook, A+
1)msmsgs.exe could be a virus as long as it is located into the system directory (../system32 for win xp) 2)Windows Messenger is not MSN Messenger and you could stop thi service by going to control panel-- system and maintenance-- services (I can't remember exactly since now I'm working on Win NT). Anyway even if removed the task "msmsgs.exe" still run onto your pc 3)I would try to remove MSN Messenger (see syrynxx's link) and then (if you want) reinstall it. After reinstalled it go to options and unchek the flag which enable it to run in background Pitopito
Worm downloader!, i just updated windows messenger from official website and a worm was found after installation, deleted, and then a different one appeared, you can delete the worm, but the msmsgs (located at /Program Files/messenger, not at Windows/System32) will be still there. Wierd, at least Nene
You can get rid of it. Trust me here - I've used this on many computers and it's never reappeared. To disable it for good got o RUN and enter this command: RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\INF\msmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove Mark
pour le desinstaller , il est considéré comme un spyware par PREVX,et s'execute a l'ouverture de windows comme application par defaut et le seul moyen de le desinstaller est demarer, executer, et copier coller dans executer :RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\INF\msmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove bertrand
WIN XP Pro: with eMule can get lost and eat CPU like made. Hard to find, Explorer Search & CMD: dir doesn't find msmsgs.exe. I found it finally in C:\Programme\Messenger with free download of Security Task Manager. I killed the process via WIN TaskManager, RENAME msmsgs.exe false_name_msmsgs.exe. Doesn't get lauched anymore, By the way, not being in C:\Windows\Sys32 does not mean that it is other than Bill's crap software. dick brenholtz
This file is the Windows messenger program you get with a fresh install of XP. It could be hijacked...but usually is just harmless and a waste of ram if you have MSN 6.2 from. 6.2 is more secure than the default windows programmy.  Siehe auch: Link Expresso
MSMSGS.exe first showed up on my start up and I found it because I my puter froze and I lost my mouse and part of my keyboard a tech told me it was a virus or spy ware but neither my spyware or my virus scanner caught it so I found it and tried to delte it but it would not go i had to put it in safe mode then it deleted or so I thought since this my computer now shows that I have something in start up called UserFaultCheck and MSconfig not sure what it's doing but it had to all come from this MSMSGS.exe.. Angie P
i ain tno wizard with things like this but i agree on this file definalty being a virus! i'm currently trying to delete it, but can't seem to find a way! i'm sure it's got throw on my winmx downloading program, so if you have winmx look out for this file! it disguises itself as msn messenger but isn't!!!! :( Jamie
I have msmsgs in task manager even if i'm not running messenger, even though I instructed it not to start. It also tries to act as a server. Most people know that it is NOT a part of MSN so please refrain from adding just another post stating the obvious WTF
Some hackers are using msmsgs.exe to attempt to install trojans, at leats on my PC. Norton 2005 allows you to see the IP address of the attacker as well as the process being used for the attack. After I uninstalled Messenger, and deselected it using msconfig, it would return in 10 seconds or less. Got a command to run from a different site to remove all vestiges of it, then I was able to remove it permanently using msconfig. Once I did this, about 1/3 of the resident programs running disappeared, and I haven't had any more trojan attacks. Chris
I think it's a backdoor messenger service for system administrators to communicate with networked computers such as in a large office. It is NOT the MSN messenger. You can disable it from running in start control panel administrative tools services Messenger. I disabled it, which cures a LOT of popups!! However, I still have a problem that if my computer sits for a long while it starts up. Which boggles me, since I just scanned for viruses with NAV. Something triggers this thing to start even though its disabled. I know hackers and popup creaters use this as a backdoor to get around blockers. Pontisteve
sehr nervig und cpu auslastung dauernd 100% bei unserem alten rechner Elvis123
M$ XP component, NOT MSN. It does not seem to do any thing but use resources (at least that I want to do). I have tried to shut it off using Msconfig and other XP service controllers as well as three programs that let you control services. NOTHING shuts it off, it continuosly restarts without reboot. Can be a virus, but not this version. Timber Wolf
I have tried everything to disable this file, I disabled it in msconfig, in 'services' it must be a virus or spyware of some kind takes too much RAM to be the normal msmsg.exe that is windows messenger (about 4X the amount it uses on my other PC) 13incher
I dunno what happened, but my desktop wallpaper changed to a BSOD-like with a warning of spyware, couldnt changed it, there was no tab TO! it was gone. It added a toolbar which is called Virtual Maid and run msmsgs.exe as shell with explorer.exe. Also added proxy setting in my IE and kept crashing it each time i try to run IE. NO IDEA
I removed MSN Messenger from my computer as well as Windows Messenger. But I still can see this file in my task manager and whenever I end the task it disappears and come back in a few seconds. It slow down my PC, must be a virus. I don`t know what to do with it. candy
this files keeps running in the process, even after totaly disable it pops up on the tool bar at the bottom for a split sec. if you try to click on it , no luck. I have rebooted hard drive and it still came back, i have no idea what it really is but think it is a worm.
I kill the process and 2 minutes later it's back. I've tried everything to get rid of it, renaming files, anti virus scan, removal from registry but it just keeps coming back, entire local network is infected helpmeplease
Sollte sich msmsgs.exe im Ordner C:\Windows\System32 befinden, dann ist diese zu 100% gefährlich  Siehe auch: Link Rene-gad
Msmsgs.exe keeps triggering complaints from Norton Security. Also the "Messenger" button on the MSN web page now points to clk.atdmt.com/AVE/go/msnnkonm0020000888ave/direct/01/ that domain is owned by a marketing company! JRA
I instructed it not to start and deleted it as well as all references to it in the registry. Yet after a while It always re-appears in the win/system32 folder AND starts itself without asking. Also unchecked it in msconfig and it just checked itself again! Ive never seen that before!?. Very suspicious.  Siehe auch: Link Raven
There are three similar services that get mixed up: 1. messenger service, 2. windows messenger, 3. MSN messenger, please see the link for a very clear explanation. Msmsgs.exe is used by #2. (windows messenger),  Siehe auch: Link Sparkman555
Das hat mit Windows XP nichts zu tun !! Ich hab es auf Windows 98. Und Zone Alarm fragt regelmäßig an, ob ich dieses Prog ins Internet lassen will. Seit zwei Tagen. Da stimmt was nicht. Leider erkennt AntiVir es noch nicht. bubi
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keeps restarting syrynxx rocks Fingers
der stinknormale MSN Messenger Chryzler
keine gefahr Frank FSD-Team
verändert das system CTFer
nimmt nur cpu und ram weg, und verursacht crashs!!! allerdings haben ich versucht es wirklich zu killen!! aber irgendwie springt der immernoch an!!! also jetzt nicht in der leiste, sondern im task manager, da ist er immer wieder und stört die programme ungemein! SKURT
Discovered: April 24, 2003  Siehe auch: Link JoeMama
Macht den PC sehr langsam.Bin meistens alle 10 Minuten auf 100% CPU Auslastung und das sicher 2 Minuten lang.Hab in jetzt abgeschaltet.Brauch ihn sowieso nicht. Diddl
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Die msmsgs.exe ist die höchstoffizielle PrgrammDatei des Ms Windows-Messengers. Sie ist ca. 1,7 MB gross und befindet sich normaler Weise im Verzeichnis C:\Programme\Messenger\ Wevukanix
Kann Sicherheitsrisiko darstellen. Startet sich u.U. dutzende Male Fast Eddie
der messenger ist schlecht gegen hacker geschützt Der Typ
Taucht bei mir ständig auf und mein Pc stürzt ab... hoffe ich hab das problem bald gefunden (die datei..?) D: Marie

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