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This is an undesirable program.

This file has been identified as a program that is undesirable to have
running on your computer. This consists of programs that are
misleading, harmful, or undesirable.

If the description states that it is a piece of malware, you should
immediately run an antivirus and antispyware program. If that does not
help, feel free to ask us for assistance in the forums.

Name:     Task Manager
Filename:     prcview.exe
Command:     Unknown at this time.
Description:     Added by the W32/Agobot-RT. When started this
infection connects to an IRC server where it waits for remote
commands. It can log key strokes, list or terminate services and
processes, harvest email addresses, flood a given IP address, locate
product keys or execute arbitrary commands.
File Location:     %System%
Startup Type:     This startup entry is started automatically from a
Run, RunOnce, RunServices, or RunServicesOnce entry in the registry.
HijackThis Category:     O4 Entry
Note:     %System% is a variable that refers to the Windows System
folder. By default this is C:\Windows\System for Windows 95/98/ME,
C:\Winnt\System32 for Windows NT/2000, or C:\Windows\System32 for
Windows XP.
Removal Instructions:     How to remove a Trojan, Virus, Worm, or other

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Re: prcview.exe


I could never remember the name of the application that works like
Process Explorer. :)

Duane :)

Re: prcview.exe

Ablang wrote:
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You forgot an other one : kernel32.dll

I would recommend the you remove it asap.


Jean-Luc Cavey

Re: prcview.exe

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Funny, but the other day I did an on line scan and it found the packed
version of prcviewer.  Actually the file was called l3jmc.exe or I3jmc.exe.
McAfee said it was "infected" with PRCviewer.  I managed to unpack it into
several files (including a batch file) and took a look.  I think I
downloaded it sometime as a "removal tool" of some spyware on a friend's
computer.  I never got around to using it but it is a sobering thought that
one must be careful in looking for removal tools that they come from
reputable sites.  I guess I came very close to inadvertently infecting my
friend's computer...

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