What is LuCallbackProxy.exe? Is LuCallbackProxy.exe spyware or a virus?
How to fix LuCallbackProxy.exe related problems?
1. Run Security Task Manager to check your LuCallbackProxy process
2. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair LuCallbackProxy.exe related Windows Errors
3. Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware
Process name: LiveUpdate Call Back Proxy Module
Product: Norton LiveUpdate
Company: Symantec (symantec.com)
A part of the Symantec LiveUpdate package, the Call Back Proxy Module runs in the background with LiveUpdate. LiveUpdate is the automatic downloader for Symantec AntiVirus. The Call Back Proxy Module monitors how many updates are required to be downloaded, and schedules downloads to be performed at various times through various mirror sites to increase download efficiency. Symantec AntiVirus (distributed as Norton AntiVirus since 1998) is part of a larger suite of programs including Norton Internet Security. Introduced in 1991, Symantec is the leading provider of Antivirus software in North America.
If you want a detailed security rating about your LuCallbackProxy.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 LuCallbackProxy.exe: based on 41 votes. Read also the 25 reviews.
317 users ask for this file. 14 users rated it as not dangerous. 7 users rated it as not so dangerous. 2 users rated it as neutral. 7 users rated it as little bit dangerous. 11 users rated it as dangerous. One user didn't rate it ("don't know").
|All comments about LuCallbackProxy.exe:|
|Belongs to Skybtbroadband. It is part of their p2p program that is downloaded with skybtbroadband. This is infact a virus that clogs up your internet uploading all videos, music etc.. Michael Pryor|
|Eats all of my resources|
|It actually DOES belong to symantec's internet security program, thus not malicious. See also: Link Anon|
|Symantic Live update Lee H|
|Part of Norton Antivirus update system Trelligan|
|I believe it is a virus. I was on Symantec's website trying to manually update my virus definitions. I had the task manger up, when LuCallbackProxy .exe appeared, the download ceased saying it was completed. I tried to open downloaded file and error message came up saying it was corrupted or incomplete. Tuesday|
|its worse then any adware!!!! zak|
|lucallbackproxy.exe is from norton anti virus long version on this name is liveupdatecallbackproxy.exe = no virus or spy it is a part of norton anti virus noobhunter_ger|
|I accidentally opened my task manager and when I did, I seen alot more tasks running than usual. So I looked throug hte list and found this LuCallbackProxy.exe in the list at least 7 times. When I tried to "end process" on one of them, it told me that access was denied and would not let me end it. So I decided to Google it and see what it was, which is what brought me here. As soon as i clicked on the link to come here, every single one of them suddenly stopped. Shirley Urbanec|
|last time i scaned for a virus i have found that file runnig like 12 times at the same time after removing the virus it has stoped runing as much as it did before. SAied Ar|
|its got something to do with Symantec Antivirus do a google search See also: Link Damian Redpath|
|ucallbackproxy.exe is a process belonging to Norton/Symantec Internet Security which protects your computer against Internet-bound threats such as spyware and trojans which can be distributed through e-mail or attack directly to the computer allowing unauthorized access to your computer. This process in particular assist with software updates and is important for the stable and secure running of your computer and should not be terminated|
|when under Windows it is part of trojan JR 2 no 1|
|The file is not dangerous. It is a part of various Norton security suites' liveupdate feature. While not dangerous, it is an intensive resource hog, and you should contact Symantec if you're having issues. Tim M.|
|Ist auf jeden fall irgend ne shit den mein PC ganz schön in die Knie zwingt. Habe ein Dualcore mit 2* 2.2Ghz und 4gb Arbeitsspreicher und solangsam wie der Pc läuft war er noch nie kein plan was das ist aber ich werde auf jeden fall Norton Löschen deinstallieren und mir Kaspersky drauf machen is auf jeden fall besser als Norton und bremst den cp nicht arg so runter das ich um mein Arbeitsplatz zu öffen ca. 2 min brauche und dabei meine Senseo anmachen kann und mir ne schönen cafe ziehen kann.. Porto|
|Talk about slowing my system...Not even sure if Nortons worth it|
|it eats resources and slows my pc|
|It matters little if it is Norton or not.... the program eats up huge amounts of computer resources, making it malware at best and a trojan at worse. Norton needs to clean up this resource hog now... or people need to stop buying their products. usar4me|
|It is part of the Live Update feature in Symantec/Norton utility. Action: Disable Autoprotect in Symantec/Norton Anti-Virus. This fixed the issue for me, and I found my system was signficantly responsive afterwards. Van|
|Remove it,if it is causing you problems. My computer was almost virtually disabled from it, removed it, and now runs good as gold. Peter Criss|
|It's a very annoying part of the Symantec Security Suite, it is a resource hog, and happily bogs down most business systems due to their lack of technology upgrades. KM|
|Just noticed the same behavior as "Shirley Urbanec" above. JRS|
|I was updating symantec when i noticed the file. Sure takes alot of resources from my computer which i hear symantec is real bad on system resources. bob|
|This LUCALLBACKPROXY process hang up my PC during the boot-up. It should be ranked as a virus that made my PC sick! ... I removed it and my PC was back to the healthy stage! PCUser|
|Its a process from Symantec. LU comes from Live Update that is the Symantec update process. GColace|
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