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Zone Alarm - Time Executable requesting permission


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#1 hkjroberts

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 05:45 PM

Hi There, I am new to this, I have never used a forum before - unbelievable being as I have been online since the year dot!! Anyway, please can someone help!!

I have a Zone Alarm firewall and it has suddenly started asking for permission for "Time Executable" to access. Is it safe, is it part of my PC somewhere?? I would be very grateful for any info, thanks

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Posted 27 March 2009 - 06:32 PM

Do you have a Lexmark printer?

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Posted 29 March 2009 - 12:58 PM

Hi There, I am new to this, I have never used a forum before - unbelievable being as I have been online since the year dot!! Anyway, please can someone help!!

I have a Zone Alarm firewall and it has suddenly started asking for permission for "Time Executable" to access. Is it safe, is it part of my PC somewhere?? I would be very grateful for any info, thanks

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Right click the program in the ZA's program list and open up the Properties - the information as what and where the file is seen will help determine a decision.
(note it may not appear in the list as time executable and it may appear will a different file name, so 'hunting' may be needed)
Check the Logs for the program activity as to where this program made the network attempts - perhaps a dns server for a domain lookup or a local area network connection or an internet addrress. This too will help determine what to do with the program in question.

Richard.
ZA Pro & Avira antivirus & SSM Pro & Privoxy & Protowall & Opera for security. Topped off with a limited user account on fully updated XP HE SP3.




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