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naveng.sys process file

What is naveng.sys? Is naveng.sys spyware or a virus?
Process name: AV Engine

Product: Symantec Antivirus Engine

Company: Symantec Corporation (

File: naveng.sys

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125 users ask for this file. 2 users didn't rate it ("don't know"). 5 users rated it as not dangerous. 1 user rated it as neutral. 1 user rated it as little bit dangerous.

All comments about naveng.sys:
Jürgen Quast Norton Antivirus
Georg Part of Symantec Norton Internet Security suite  See also: Link
Fred A function of Norton Anti Virus 2004
Conrad Related to VX2.Transponder Browser Plug In
Valeri Mason should I allow it to install??
Shadowlight Belongs to Norton Internet Security
Edward This file causes my Windows XP restarts itself and cannot turn on properly.
SAM Norton antivirus
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