What is IPClient.exe? Is IPClient.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix IPClient.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your IPClient process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair IPClient.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: IP Session Statistics
Product: Visual IP InSight
Company: Visual Networks (visualnetworks.com)
IPClient is a background process installed with EarthLink services. IPClient is a part of Visual IP InSight and starts with Windows to track your IP transfer details. It allows you to view both upload and download statistics for each individual session of your online activity. This is not a necessary process and can be terminated through the icon in the system tray. Founded in 1993, Visual Networks is based in Maryland and produces various efficiency products.
If you want a detailed security rating about your IPClient.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 IPClient.exe: based on 7 votes. Read also the 9 reviews.
86 users ask for this file. One user rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. One user rated it as neutral. 2 users rated it as dangerous. 2 users didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about IPClient.exe:|
|monitors and tests the performance of network connections See also: Link Matt|
|Used by SBC for connection manager tool for Yahoo DSL. Not necessary for interent browsing or even maintaining your connection but I have noticed that my junk e-mail is consistent with the places I've browsed. I always deny it's access through Zone Alarm and never have a problem. I do believe that ipmon.exe also runs with ipclient.exe. The ipmon32 or ipmon.exe may be a browsing monitor, either way, by ending these tasks you'll find no difference in your internet experience. Are you experienced? Do a search on IPClient.exe and you'll find numerous discussion boards that concure(sp?) Boone|
|IPclient.exe, and IPMon.exe (SBC)caused the screen on an Inspiron 6000 to "black out" no icons, taskbar, or start menu. All tasks were manually accomplished through task manager. New Task. Mike|
|Monitors connection speed and quality used mostly for IT managers and Tech support reps See also: Link|
|It's part of Earthlink TotalAccess's FastLane not too worried,II|
|It's *ALSO* part of Earthlink TotalAccess's FastLane not too worried,II|
|wen ipclient and ipmon32 runs my desktops ico/toolbar disappear Anders|
|It apparently shows up in AT&T installations for dsl too. Marcus|
|IPclient.exe and IPMon.exe are killing explorer.exe, after ending these processes explorer.exe can be started again. Joe|
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Is IPClient.exe spyware or a virus, trojans, adware or worm? Is there a known IPClient.exe error?