What is WSup.exe? Is WSup.exe spyware or a virus?
Process name: Internet Explorer
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5 users rated it as dangerous.
|All comments about WSup.exe: |
| Alex|| Spyware. Belongs to WinTools (wtoolsa.exe) See also: Link |
| MastaVR6 / Matt Wood|| Spybot and Ad-aware SE struggle with this one (winME) hard to remove. |
| Majid Al-Khalil|| A varient of Huntbar See also: Link |
| || McAfee alterted me to it, said it had changed and wanted web access - denied |
| Audrey|| It uses system resources and slows the system down. To the best of my knowledge, it is impossible to remove. I have followed the instructions on all the websites, and it just comes back. It comes as a package deal with websearch toolbar (the sneaky one that gets you to install by telling you need an upgrade, and there is no way to say no. Another file that is associated with this is ibis. All of these files seem to hide somewhere in the system, and no matter how you try to remove it, it comes back. Solution, use msconfig and uncheck in startup. |
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locator.exe shwiconem.exe userinit.exe WSup.exe nvms.dll rsednclient.exe retrorun.exe svkp.sys nvwddi.dll sp2connpatcher.exe mixer.exe [all processes]
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