OPXPApp.exe is installed as part of the Softex OmniPass application. This is bundled as part of some laptops requiring biometric authentication technology. This is the main executable that scans the fingerprint of the User and compares it against the stored data and authenticates the User credentials. It also acts as the Password Manager if installed as a separate software that allows the user to set protection to drive, folder or file level.
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Average user rating of OPXPApp.exe:
based on 15 votes. Read also the 20 reviews.
756 users ask for this file.
9 users rated it as not dangerous.
2 users rated it as neutral.
3 users rated it as little bit dangerous.
1 user rated it as dangerous.
8 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about OPXPApp.exe: |
| located in c:\program files\softex - Contains t folders/programs Weblink & OmniPass Snib|
| It always comes up after about a half hour of idling on the computer, I say it just uses up PC usage memory, might want to get rid of it, doesnt matter. Collin Russel Bigger|
| This file is prfectly harmless. |
| Used by the Softex Omnipass biometric authentication application See also: Link LANwatcher|
| It had my computer crashed from time to time, frequently when using explorer Naoll|
| This program is used to manage my BioMetric Thumbprint Scanner (APC BioPod) Groda Lotsapot|
| This is one of three parts of the Softex OmniPass password vault application that run in the background. The other two are scureapp.exe and omniserv.exe See also: Link Ian E|
| It appears five times in my desktop and computer has slowed to a crawl. Can anyone tell me if it's okay to just DELETE all five of these? |
| Nothing but I'm getting OPXPAPP.exe error message RThoden|
| Couldn't start any aplication such as IE, Firefox, Windows Explorer until Ended Process with Task Manager. Opera still was working. Minda|
| Necessery for the Tevion Fingerprint-Scanner (sold by Aldi) See also: Link tom alan|
| it refuses to be deleted, my system has quit hibernating and going into standby with imediately rebooting. i beleive this to be a problem with the startup commands and the trial version which came with the pc stopped my system when i couldn't buy it. could this be true and what could be done to eliminate this as a continung problem in my systems bacckground V. McKone|
| May be part of an OEM install. Program to encrypt and manage all Windows program passwords. Found version 2.04 on my machine that was installed just before I purchased my machine. Opened up the SeureAp program and saw that there were no accounts created and was apparently not being used but was loading in the background. Uninstalled it when I started getting errors recently and have not seen any ill effects. See also: Link David Voran|
| password authentication -- eats up system resources See also: Link bubblz4evr|
| Shows up on my screen when installing Norton Fire wall Maynard Locke|
| biometric authentication. I am using it in my laptop. allows me to log without typing my password naomi|
| OPXPApp.exe error comes up each time I boot up my computer. No idea what it is; a search shows it in C:\Program Files\Softex\OmniPass Peter|
| mine says Unable to locate component. The application has failed to start because GINASTUB.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this Andrew L Lyons|
| Well Omni Pass( Ididn't know thats what opxp meant) is an encryption program. Say you have a letter in documents for example. Omnipass will lock the Letter with a password so nobody sees it it but you Eze3|
| Part of Omnipass fingerprint reader Reuben S|
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