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svchost32.exe. Is it a virus?

The svchost32.exe could be a ASSASIN.20B. Sometimes it’s called SDBOT, KELVIR.R, RBOT, SOHANA, AGOBOT, RBOT, MYTOB, AGOBOT, RBOT, RBOT.ALF, Service and Controller, AGOBOT.ALH, RBOT.KS and MIMAIL.I.

This file is part of svchost32.exe. Svchost32.exe is developed by Guidance Software. It’s a hidden file. Svchost32.exe is usually located in the %SYSTEM% folder and its usual size is 102,912 bytes.

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 svchost32.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 svchost32.exe.


Security risk: Free spyware & virus scanRegistry Errors: Free scan (run Registry Cleaner)Uninstallation: N/A Uninstall (run Unistall Manager)Disk & Memory Usage: N/A Free scan (run Task Manager)


Author: Guidance SoftwareProcess: ASSASIN.20BPart Of: svchost32.exeCommon path(s): %SYSTEM%
subfolder in %WINDOWS%
Keywords(s): worm, monitor, hidden, backdoorFilesize(s): 102,912 bytes, 741,376 bytes, 153,600 bytes, 845,824 bytes, 107,008 bytes, 101,005 bytes, 107,520 bytes, 458,752 bytes, 147,456 bytes, 185,386 bytes

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