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Processus conime.exe

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#1 vulcain


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 07:53 AM

I would like more information on this process after my research is a process that is registered as a backdoor tool. remote administration of BFGhost 1.0.
Is that this process is essential to remove?
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Posted 20 June 2013 - 08:50 AM


Conime.exe is part of Windows however there is malware that will take its place so best to
check for those. C:\Windows\System32\conime.exe is the location for the legitimate file however
it could also have been replaced by malware.




If you need to check for malware here are my recommendations - these will allow you to do
a thorough check and removal without ending up with a load of spyware programs running
resident which can cause as many issues as the malware and maybe harder to detect as the

No one program can be relied upon to detect and remove all malware. Added that often easy
to detect malware is often accompanied by a much harder to detect and remove payload. So
its better to be overly thorough now than to pay the high price later. Check with these to an
extreme overkill point and then run the cleanup only when you are very sure the system is clean



This is an excerpt from Microsoft Community Forum and a reply from a community moderator. Also included are BC threads.


Hope this helps



Edited by sikntired, 20 June 2013 - 08:52 AM.

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 11:44 AM

Hello, thank you, now I can see the difference between good and infection.

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