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Process name: ActiveArmor Firewall IP Service

Product: NVIDIA ForceWare Network

Support: Help link   Update link   Uninstall tool  

Company: NVIDIA (nvidia.com)

File: nSvcIp.exe

A firewall service for Nvidia, this application starts with Windows and protects your computer from outside intrusions. It includes a user interface that can be accessed by clicking an icon in the system tray. From the UI you can set specific parameters for allowed sites, IP addresses, and transfers. While primarily a graphics processing unit corporation, Nvidia also focuses on methods of parallel processing and storage to improve efficiency, as well as internet and personal security.www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/nsvcip.exe.html 
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Users Opinions

Average user rating of nSvcIp.exe: based on 21 votes. Read also the 12 reviews.

  • 788 users ask for this file. 8 users rated it as not dangerous. 3 users rated it as not so dangerous. 8 users rated it as neutral. One user rated it as little bit dangerous. One user rated it as dangerous. 3 users didn't rate it ("don't know").

All comments about nSvcIp.exe:
nVidia Network Access Manager (Server) Error403
Nvidia Firewall installed with Chipset drivers for Nvidia Chipsets. Hardware Firewall on the Motherboard.  See also: Link Duncan Sluijter - Systems Engineer
All I know about it right now, is that windows task manager tells me it's eating up 810 megs of ram. Chris
i know that it uses up all my system memory!!! Chris
Its a Nvidia Firewall, which is installed on most PCs with Nvidia chipsets. Phil Mason
Its taking up lots of memory, and slowing down my computer Rachel
Hardware Firewall on the Motherboard? Noob! Its the junky firewall thats shipping with all nvidia products now, just unistall it
Its using 8Meg, but has 10264 handles! It seems to be part of nVidia Firewall Slashbot_427
seems to be the reason why my computer freezes up every 20 seconds, for 10 seconds aaryn
Eating up 726408k of memory so I am trying to uninstall it
Was eating memmory so uninstalled and everything is still working just fine. unneeded software. Marc
Nvida firewall (x2 apache.exe showing in task manager) A White

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