What is WLService.exe? Is WLService.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix WLService.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your WLService process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair WLService.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: WLService
Company: GEMTEKS (gemtek.com.tw)
The WLService.exe is installed as part of the drivers for the Wireless USB Adapter and the enhanced Wireless G USB Adapter, which communicate over the 802.11b and 802.11g wireless standards respectively. This process provides the additional configuration options when using any of these USB products like WEP encryption and low-power management.
If you want a detailed security rating about your WLService.exe (and all other running background processes) read the following user opinions, and download the free trial version of 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 WLService.exe: based on 29 votes. Read also the 23 reviews.
1218 users ask for this file. 23 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. 2 users rated it as neutral. One user rated it as little bit dangerous.
|All comments about WLService.exe:|
|Wireless LAN Monitor Pedro Sanches|
|Linksys Wireless Network Monitor See also: Link John|
|I found this file in C:\Program Files\WUSB11 WLAN Monitor. I believe this folder is related to my LinkSys USB adapter. Gemtek appears to be a legitimate business, related to wireless products. Dale|
|Seems to be wireless Lan driver Steve Jones|
|It's supprts linksys wireless network. Look at the location of the file Kevin|
|Part of the Linksys Wireless-G USB Service Libby Ross|
|You'll need this if you have a linksys wireless usb device|
|Linksys WLAN monitor|
|Also Belkins Wireless LAN Monitor (non essential)|
|its a file in conjunction with LINKSYS Michael|
|It is a part of the linksys wireless suite|
|Makes most Linksys USB devices function properly. Normally uses less than 2MB of RAM in the processes, however, this process may be killed without losing a connection. You may want to do some research based on your device if you want the processes killed. Make a restore point (or a method of backup) before you do anything as a precaution. Nebcat|
|Part of my Linksys Wireless ethernet card barefooter|
|It's in my 3Com wireless directory. Think it belongs there Ivar|
|This file is a Linksys Monitor, also used by Belkin and some other knock-off brand WiFi Adapters. Shey|
|Essential for Linsys/Belkins Wireless Adapters. Tyler Blair|
|Wireless G PCI card Scott|
|Belkin Wireless USB Utility For Prism Chipsets Dex|
|linksys file for wireless lan greg|
|49,152 bytes in the C:\Program Files\Airlink101\AWLC3026T directory. Wireless service monitor for the Airlink 101 PC Card. The card will work without this program. See also: Link gospelmidi|
|its for my wireless card laurie atkinson|
|Belkin Wireless Adapter See also: Link notech|
|This is tied to various network adapters - including Belkin and Linksys. It's only installed when you run the EXE for the 'driver' installation and it is NOT needed if you use Windows Wireless Zero Config to manage your wireless device. Uninstall the wirelss manager (Linksys in my case) from the add/remove programs in control panel, and then install the driver from the 'directory' created (c:\Linksys Driver - in my case) and the device will work correctly MusicMeister - AKA Ed Spencer|
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