HELP! with svchost!!?
OK i saw in my processes svchost was running. so i decided to read about it and saw that it is a critical system file but most viruses disguise as it. Apparently it should only be in the windows system32 folder BUT i have found it in
C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Roaming and found manifest files for svchost
The one in roaming sounds like a virus because it was created 2 days ago a 2:45am when i remeber getting a virus but my anti virus removed it. It was a dll. There are 11 svchost processes running that i saw in command prompt. The command was tasklist/SCV please help should i delete the one in roaming or not :/
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Do not delete it, get Malware Bytes to get rid of it, then get a decent AV to prevent further attacks, AVG Internet Security is the go.Source(s): Many years experience.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Run rkill, delete rkill after clean.
After rkill runs successfully, run a full scan with MBAM:
Then a full scan with your AV.