Note: The msmsgs.exe file is located in the C:\Program Files\Messenger folder. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Use the Advice below: Advice: If your Computer seems Sluggish, or you see some unwanted Advertisements, redirects to the strange websites, then we recommend you to scan the system with reputable See also: Link Rats it's NOT MSN Messenger but it IS necessary for MSN Messenger to run.
It worked for me, seriously. Go to "Tools" > "Options" > "Preferences" within the main program's window and uncheck "Run when Windows starts" option. Alex_the_Stealth msmsgs.exe is ok, just don't confuse it with msmgs.exe or msmsg.exe ... Rebooting is not help either. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/msmsgs.exe.html
charter used for windows messanger youre all a bunch of douches, i just want to know how to get rid of that virus sent to me over msn messanger which i See also: Link mykeeX its is indeed for the basic windows messenger, "Techie" was so so so wrong and doesnt deserve to call himself a techie for saying its the windows also suddenly Snoopfree detected this file as a keylogger, I had it blocked and disabled the service .
- After killing msmsg.exe (not MSN Messenger!!!) I was able to delete the DLL and the hijack was solved....
- The code looked questionable so i deleted it and my computer immedietly sped back up Gingi I just bought this computer and it had this on it msmsgs.exe, from the factory
- But mine already had the option turned of for "Allow Windows Messenger to Run in the Background," so it could not be Windows Messenger. (I had to go through "my computer"
- Lucky This file appeared on my pc and for awhile it was harmless.
- if you try to click on it , no luck.
- This works as shown.
- This is set for checking windows updates.
- run regedt32, nav to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MessengerService.
- I have tried other options and none really worked.
Ive never seen that before!?. Pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL identifies programs that are currently running - not necessarily at startup. See also: Link Benjy This file is the Windows messenger program you get with a fresh install of XP. Norton Antivirus has Instant Messenger Protection, but for Windows Messenger it has to hook into the API in such a way that msmsgs.exe always runs in the background.
Go to Windows Messenger > Tools > Options > Preferences and uncheck "Run this program when Windows starts" File Location %ProgramFiles%\Messenger\msmsgs.exe Startup Type This startup entry is started automatically from a if you want to use live messenger, keep it. I recommend uninstalling it, so you know if you have the virus or not. http://www.file.net/process/msmsgs.exe.html i think in different version of windows msn messenger file may be of different name.
ed THANK YOU for the Norton AV advice! I don`t know what to do with it. Name MSMSGS Filename msmsgs.exe Command "%ProgramFiles%\Messenger\msmsgs.exe" /background Description Windows Messenger utility. More information about Reimage Reimage is a tool to detect malware.You need to purchase full version to remove infections.
internet connection slows down 20% - 60%.. http://www.2-spyware.com/file-msmsgs-exe.html Also adds a service listed as "Windows web messanger" (case specific) and adds several keys in the registry for Windows web messanger. l stop process and it pops right back in again. Stephen Huff It isn't MSN.
Regards Nikhil Sep 17, 2006 #1 wazza TS Rookie Posts: 69 If you don't use Windows Messenger, you can disable it as follows: Start -> Programs -> Windows Messenger -> author is Eternal order of the impossible triangle,I agree with jamie,think it has something to do with winmx. I still have some nasty malware on my pc tatobo rvoltaire's advice was correct. Ask a question and give support.
Disabling the MSN/Windows Messenger protection in the Antivirus options gets rid of it. so NOT dangerous I have disabled windows messanger through msconfig, and add/remove programs, but it still runs under my processes and uses 100% of my recources and i'm running 1gig of You also need to go into Windows Live Messenger and go into options and turn off the autoload on Windows Startup and also to run in background. Generated Thu, 26 Jan 2017 00:14:24 GMT by s_hp107 (squid/3.5.23)
msmsgs.exe can also be used by other programs or software, as there is no standard on software program names what companies choose. Artaud now i know how to turn it off, but how does it allways put itself back on the ?registry if you dont know that way of turning it off It If you really cant turn it off and its bugging the heck out of you, burn your essential files to discs then jsut format and reinstall your os if you have
This works this safe but may be risk flew asts I've found Hidden rootkit (undetectable with antivirus)located in local settings folder in c: DraganIli Yes, MSMSGS.exe does have something to do
The program has no visible window. My one gripe is that you can't really uninstall it. Reply » -0001 11 30 Post a comment Attention: Use this form only if you have additional information about a parasite, its removal instructions, additional resources or behavior. Also the "Messenger" button on the MSN web page now points to clk.atdmt.com/AVE/go/msnnkonm0020000888ave/direct/01/ that domain is owned by a marketing company!
Didn't found more articles on this yet! Thank you, Mark!! My screen was flickering and I was wondering what was going on, then suddenly I got a warning from IE (which I didn't open) asking if it could paste my clipboard even if i uninstall my Messanger, it still runing!
Not using OS X? Virus with same file name: W32.HLLW.Spirit - Symantec Corporation W32.Alcarys.B - Symantec Corporation W32.Alcarys.G - Symantec Corporation Click to Run a Free Scan for msmsgs.exe related errors Users Opinions Average user All comments about msmsgs.exe: MSN Messenger for Online Chat and Instant Messaging Alex this is the exe for MSN Messenger Crazyboy74 msmsgs.exe is a Windows Messenger executable which is automatically loaded It always helps to check your tasklist also to see what is currently running on your computer.
Viruses with the same file name are for instance WORM_UTOTI.RC or WORM_SOHANAD.JD (detected by TrendMicro), and Worm:Win32/Autorun.MBS or Worm:Win32/Nuqel.AJ (detected by Microsoft).