explorer32.exe – Here is the scoop on Kwbot Worm as it pertains to computer network security. The big question: what is explorer32.exe and is it spyware, a trojan and if so, how do I get rid of Kwbot Worm?
explorer32.exe (Kwbot Worm) – Details
If a process named explorer32.exe is running on your computer, you may have been infected with a strain of the Kwbot worm (also known as Kwbot.Y)
explorer32.exe is considered to be a security risk, not only because antivirus programs flag Kwbot Worm as a virus, but also because a number of users have complained about its performance.
Kwbot Worm is likely a virus and as such, presents a serious vulnerability which should be fixed immediately! Delaying further investigation of explorer32.exe may cause serious harm to your system and will likely cause a number of problems, such as slow performance, loss of data or leaking private information to websites.
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explorer32.exe is related to syscfg32.exe, wininfo.exe, beta5.exe, amsndmgr.exe, 8.2.0.exe, 6.0b.exe, 6.3.exe, 184.108.40.206.exe, 5.5b.exe, 5.5.10.exe, 5.5.1.exe, 5.0c.exe, 5.1.1.exe, 4.9.exe, 4.30.exe, 4.2.exe, 4.00.exe, 3.92.exe, 3.5a.exe, 3.5.1.exe, 3.2.4.exe, 3.1.exe, 3.0b.exe, 2.8.exe, 2.79.exe, 2.0.1.exe, deluxe.exe,
You should take our Firewall Test and look at your Digital Footprint to make sure your system is not giving away valuable information or has open ports on your firewall that may allow attackers to compromise your computer; these tests are completely free.
Whenever you have a concern about a file like explorer32.exe, feel free to leave a comment (you’ll find the comment section at the bottom of this page); we’ll research your process or dll file and post the results to the site.
We do our best to update process information as often as possible but inaccuracies may still exist; a prime example would be a virus that is named after a legitimate file and perhaps Kwbot Worm is such a case. If you find an inaccuracy or have information that will help others, please, don’t hesitate to leave a comment!
EXPLORER32.EXE – Disclaimer
Every attempt has been made to provide you with the correct information for explorer32.exe or KWBOT WORM. Many spyware / malware programs use filenames of usual, non-malware programs. If we have included information about explorer32.exe that is inaccurate, we would greatly appreciate your help by leaving a comment with the correct information below and we’ll do our best to correct it.
You should verify the accuracy of information we provided about explorer32.exe.
I have a problem with explorer.exe!
The image file name in my task manager is explorer.exe *32.
It is using 60% – 70% of my CPU capacity continuously and slowing down my programs.
There doesn’t seem to be any activity on my network, but I may be looking in the wrong place for that information.
How do I get rid of this problem.
I am running PC Tools Spyware doctor and it has not detected anything wrong!