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NoBot services.exe alert

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#1 th3k3rst


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Posted 13 March 2017 - 12:55 PM

During my  regular maintenance I ran NoBot which, I found about a week ago, along with Rkill, while dling something else. Seems like a nice little addition, its super small super light and runs only on demand, which I like.

But, its now giving me a warning on services.exe. In the log it only says services.exe, nothing else.

I have run avast, vipre, avg, malwarebytes, adaware, panda, all after Rkill and file scan as well as full scan.


Think Im good?


Another question. I am running glasswire to monitor network connections. This morning I noticed entries for:




gfi util


all as: device list changed new device added


I know these are usually a normal part of a system but what are they exactly?

And why would they be listed as devices?

Ive never seen this before...


thanx for any help!!!

Im interested in learning.

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#2 th3k3rst

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 01:02 PM

Do you think i am okay if all of these other av's are saying clear? Or is NoBot just that good?

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