What is LTMSG.exe? Is LTMSG.exe spyware or a virus?

How to fix LTMSG.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your LTMSG process
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3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware

Process name: ltmsg

Product: Agere Systems ltmsg or LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES ltmsg

Company: Agere Systems (agere.com) or LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES (lucent.com)

File: LTMSG.exe


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Users Opinions

Average user rating of LTMSG.exe: based on 22 votes. Read also the 26 reviews.

402 users ask for this file. 13 users rated it as not dangerous. 2 users rated it as not so dangerous. 4 users rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as little bit dangerous. One user rated it as dangerous. 7 users didn't rate it ("don't know").


All comments about LTMSG.exe:
don't know was using a prog to check my start up and it was there -help-   Deangiver
Aztech Labs modem driver  
Agere Winmodem driver (compaq evo)  
installed when i downloaded agere winmodem update from windowsupdate  
Used to report error messages from an LT (Lucent) WinModem.   John
Could be winmodem driver (compaq evo)   Ronald
it's required by Lucent Winmodem, if you have one installed   Yuri
Installed when i downloaded agere winmodem update from windowsupdate  
downloaded with windows updates   wyatt
Messaging application for Agere Win Modem IBM   moonbeam
Used by Lucent Win Modem; installed with Windowsupdate.   Jason
ltmoh.exe was authored by Lucent technologies and handles incoming and outgoing calls. This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems.  
I do't know any thing about this file   Richard
agree system is the modem name for the westell companies 6100 modem model  
A previous virus named itself Itmsg (notice the capital I not L) and pretended to be this file. This file is OK but check also for a duplicate which looks the same except it has the Capital I Which could be a trojan or virus   Mike P
This file has something to do with your Modem, I would however double check to see if you have an Agere modem because mallwere can be named anything.   Chris
LTMSG 7 (c:\windows) Slows the computer to a crawl. Could not find it on other computers. Deletes easily (does not need moveonboot.exe)   Computer Virus Removal
ltmoh.exe was authored by Lucent technologies and handles incoming and outgoing calls. This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems.   vick
It's running and I don't use a modem  
PC based computer acting strange found this running   Ron Jones
Lucent winmodem file normally non malicious, i doubt you have anything to worry about from this file. Its merely for reporting errors.   Searay
has something to do with my modem   cam
Messaging application for Agere Win Modem. any other modem utilizing the Agere Systems chip set. Normally not installed unless user requires Dial up capabilities. Installed thru Windows Update under Hardware updates. Agere is owned now by LSI   Mike Nickerson
I have a version 1.0.1.12 dated 5/8/2001 and 106,496 bytes and fails to load properly on boot (modem driver not enabled)   KAHruzer
LTMSG.exe 7 is the Lucent (Agere) LT Data/Fax Modem driver for the PCI modem in some older HP Desktops (mine's a HP Pavilion 554e). Since I don't use a dialup modem anymore I disabled the auto-startup and it still works fine. I imagine you'd want to auto-start it if you were receiving faxes on your PC or needed to connect to a remote dialup modem on system startup. If you delete it you will get the yellow exclamation warning in Device Manager under the Modems section. Of course, if you don't have this modem or removed it then this driver is not needed.  See also: Link   SpudJeff
Maybe started popping up after loading Canon PIXMA MX340 printer control panel for Print, Scan and FAX (that would make sense cause it uses the older Dial-Up Modem...56K...in my Desktop)   MARe0

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