What is navshext.dll? Is navshext.dll spyware or a virus?
How to fix navshext.dll related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your navshext process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair navshext.dll related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: Norton AntiVirusNAVShellExt Module
Product: Norton AntiVirus
Company: Symantec Corporation
"navshext.dll" is a component of Norton AntiVirus from Symantec Corporation which is used to check for updates. There are also malware programs that use the same name, so beware.
Get more detailed information about navshext.dll and all other running background processes with Security Task Manager.
Note: Any malware can be named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk. If a "non-Microsoft" .exe file is located in the C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32 folder, then there is a high risk for a virus, spyware, trojan or worm infection! Check it out!
Average user rating of navshext.dll: based on 35 votes. Read also the 32 reviews.
365 users ask for this file. 18 users rated it as not dangerous. 7 users rated it as neutral. 5 users rated it as little bit dangerous. 5 users rated it as dangerous. 4 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about navshext.dll:|
|This File is a Module of Norton Antivirus. See also: Link Tino Kurth|
|This is part of your Norton Antivirus... runs when your internet explorer does maddcow|
|Norton Internet Security ? JQ|
|it stops new browser windows from opening Antmac|
|It is the additional toolbar for Norton Antivirus in IE, with wich you can instantly start NAV-checks and which automatically checks downloaded files for viruses. See also: Link Vampire|
|NavShExt.dll is probally a worm/virus|
|Norton AV 2005 (aucun problème) Pascal|
|Part of Norton Anti-Virus Datael|
|Part of Norton AV. Personally I would regard Internet Exploder + Outlook Exmess as the two big weaknesses on any Windows system. Don't like viruses or spyware, but can't afford a Mac? Then get rid of all shortcuts to IE or OE, [you can't even uninstall them in XP, which should tell you a lot!!],and get yourself a copy of Mozilla Firefox + Mozilla Thunderbird. IE + OE are so deeply bundled with the Windows main OS that any penetration goes instantly to the very core of the system. See also: Link|
|This file is a part of Norton AV. See also: Link not your father|
|Part of Symantec Norton Internet Security suite See also: Link Georg|
|Dudes... IT comes with Norton Antivirus! Do u think that they will make a virus in an antivirus software? Symantec is trusted for its components so its not a virus or worm! E-Info|
|Keep it you want it to work properly....|
|Part of Norton SystemWorks - Live Update - Norton spends a lot of time plugging holes in Microsoft OS and Browser. This program, while needed, has potential to be used against you ... not ust for subscription validation. Be sure you have the 'real' version from Symantec and not malware. Richard Creighton|
|It hosed my explorer.exe (i.e. the Hour-Glass) when I right-clicked any file folder or the "Start" tool bar. I quaranteed the file any my problem disappeared. This file is from Norton Systemworks 2003 and it really hoses things up. Tecra|
|I have never run any symatic product on my computer and never would, there all crap yet this file snuck on my computer... I hope that company goes bankrupt soon, use Avast for Virus Scanning See also: Link Clifford|
|I could not run LiveUpdate until I removed a file by this name from c:/windows/system (in safe mode) The version info did not identify symantec as the creator!|
|malware copies its name and replaces the norton anti virus file with a trojan of the same name. this is a potentially very dangerous trojan. Greg|
|Comes with Norton Internet Security, only be weary if it is installed to System or System32 folder Alex Talmage|
|Well it appears on my computer even though we don't have Norton AntiVirus or Internet Security Mike|
|I had my Norton Antivirus program sacked by a virus & a trojan, I was forced to remove my Norton Antivirus program, if the file "navshext.dl" I suggest that you remove that file with security task manager, my PC works way better now :D Wim|
|says "At Risk" when i scan with norton... (?!?) Howdy|
|Yes it can come with Norton Systemworks. However I've also seen other viri/spyware masquerade as that file as well Zac|
|part of norton roy1947|
|Part Of Norton. Completely Safe Gabriel Vartanian|
|it was infected with adware.blockchecker could have been part of norton but norton isnt used anymore luke|
|Comes with Norton Antivirus Vampire Heart|
|its anoying pops up as you start the net, click ok and it goes away stony|
|It's related to Norton AV Buggy Woogy|
|I had Norton Antivirus on my computer but found it caused my computer to slow and my mouse to freeze. It completes with you for CPU time. So I decided to uninstall it but didn't use the original software to do that. The software I used left a lot of components on my computer and these caused many errors and freezeups. If anyone uninstalls Norton, I suggest they use the uninstall on the original uninstall disk. Bob Mckinnon|
|It is part of Norton anti-virus and is also considered adware. Also, A lot of people tend to run to firefox/moxilla. I disagree. While it may be safer in terms of getting attacked it doesn't open everything either. So what then?? Don't mask the problem. FIX IT. Good protecion prevents these problems and keeps your IE working fine. Ty|
|it is a copy, it belongs to come other company not of norton, sumthing BBSGDN or sumthing when removed. M|
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