The iexplore.exe could be a IRCBOT. Sometimes it’s called IRCBOT-AY, BOXER, KILLAV.B, APHEXDOOR, QQROB-R, EVEVINC, BANCBAN-GF, POEBOT-J, FORBOT-CT, LITHIUM, MOGI, KIPIS-U, FORBOT-DU, RANDEX.AD, RBOT-UM, FORBOT-CP, RBOT-WE, MYTOB.ET and EVIVINC.
It’s not absolutely clear which product this file is part of and who is its author. It’s a hidden file. This files starts on Windows startup. Iexplore.exe is usually located in the %SYSTEM% sub-folder and its usual size is 450,560 bytes.
This file is a trojan. Trojans can steal important data from your computer. This file is a network worm. Worms can significantly decrease your Internet connection speed and download new malware onto your computer. This file enables a culprit to access your computer, steal your data, and take total control over your computer.
Disable and delete the iexplore.exe process as soon as possible. Most likely it is a virus, a trojan, or some other malware. Before disabling this file make sure it is not a legitimate file that is also called iexplore.exe.
We also recommend scanning your computer.
Process: IRCBOTCommon path(s): subfolder in %SYSTEM%
subfolder in %WINDOWS%Keywords(s): startup, worm, backdoor, trojan, monitor, hiddenFilesize(s): 450,560 bytes, 56,320 bytes, 54,696 bytes, 1,265,668 bytes, 40,960 bytes, 60,928 bytes, 172,032 bytes, 1,376,807 bytes, 116,736 bytes, 10,240 bytes, 937,984 bytes, 119,808 bytes, 162,304 bytes, 90,624 bytes, 212,065 bytes
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