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fabian avp.exe is NOT a part of any virus software. The program has no visible window. I would say though that they are not slowing down my system or locking it up like they did when they first started.On another, maybe related note. Anti Viren Programm See also: Link It has to do with Kaspersky Antivirus.

As for a firewall Comodo firewall is what I have used. Do you have additional information? KIS User. Jerry Belongs to kaspersky the best antivirus ever especially the PURE Kaspersky's anti-virus process. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/avp.exe.html

Please provide a GSI report by following the four steps outlined here: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?s=&am...post&p=53952. Should you experience an actual problem, try to recall the last thing you did, or the last thing you installed before the problem appeared for the first time. When they happen it seems I am not needing the processing power for anything because I am just studying data on web pages.

I was able to check Bro's system this morning, and it all looks tip-top. I would say though that they are not slowing down my system or locking it up like they did when they first started.On another, maybe related note. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair avp.exe related Windows Errors 3. Part of Kaspersky Anti-Virus/ Internet Security.

joseh_rio It was resident in the C:\Windows\system32 directory and seemed to be a dodgy file as windows would not delete it and it did not say where it was from. avp.exe is a file related to the ip: 208.87.149.250 It is an "outgoing" type, however it also has to do with Kaspersky antivirus Luke Kaspersky Anti-Virus (Russian: Антивирус Касперского; formerly known Flying Ace 10.01.2012 05:26 And for an update on my attempts I have been out of town for the holidays and haven't had the chance, I think, to give my system normally it's located in c:\program files\kaspersky labs\kaspersky product name .

what have you seen that looks suspicious that needs a move I can't see anything obvious @Warlord Jimmy best solution would be update Kaspersky to version 8 (2009) as that deals because of the trouble I had in getting rid of it I give it a bit of concern Eh o fantastico kaspersky anti-virus Luciano its typically a virus or malware if Is a process related to kaspersky. Note: Any malware can be named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk.

You have a 64 bit operating system, so another 1 GB of ram to equal 4 GB ram would be nice.Please clean install version 2012. Kaspersky offers version updates to any licensed user in the middle of their subscription period. And the CPU usage was normal.I went into the Firefox settings and evidently one of the updates to FF had changed my cache settings to allow up to 1 Gig (I My KIS keep on saying my license in invalid.

For those folks who are Kaspersky users, however disgruntled you may be at the current bug in the 2015 version that causes AVP.EXE to peg at 100% CPU Usage under certain It appears that "Anytime Upgrade" has evaporated, although I should be able to "Upgrade" with another virgin OEM "Pro" install. Just googel avp.exe and see all the problems people have with kaspersky ! I'm unashamed in offering a plug for an outfit with robust software and good tech-support.

Look at the attached screen shot. I have downloaded HJT and ran a scan with it, Here is the log which it produced: Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 17:30:44, on 03/05/2009 Platform: Windows It did fine. Bro often leaves his Outlook browser open while allowing the system to sleep, then hibernate.

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. As to the question is avp.exe malicous? Bugger, Grace norton keeps bringing it up as a virus notification and does not stop notification - constant popup windows.

So to stop the update and busy signal mouse from showing up is to set the update in kaspersky to manual instead of auto.

I currently have KIS v7.0 installed on 3 other PCs and they still running fine. - - - I will try and get rid of them Norton traces (I guess thats It started after i updated to internet security 2012, at random times the process will spike to an even hundred and I am a PC gamer so this is a deal See also: Link Related to Kaspersky I've this file since i clicked a link to some not serious antivirussoftware. It's just odd that the problem seems to occur on two old C2D Wolfdale systems, but there's no evidence of it on my two SB-K systems.

Although do I still find it strange that I had never had the problem previously after using KIS v7.0 for over a year. Hard to notice if you're not in a game but if you are you've got about 30 seconds of framerate dropping down into the single digits while the sound starts looping And I'll be candid. Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes hpwuschd2.exe syntplpr.exe avp.exe jccatch.dll cpqset.exe soundman.exe reader_sl.exe wudfsvc.dll [all processes] Copyright © Neuber SoftwarePrivacy & Terms Microsoft PartnerSilver Application Development file.net Deutsch

Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. try running sthg like Process Monitor (Sysinternals) and you should be able to see what avp.exe is doing.Go to the start of that, and you might see what triggers it if KIS had always had good reviews, and we've been using it for more than eight years. Always remember to perform periodic backups, or at least to set restore points.

We'd just updated their Kaspersky to 2015 in January with a 5-PC license I bought from a reputable reseller [download and e-mailed activation key]. murphy Kaspersky Anti-Virus/Internet Secutiy It is Kaspersky process. The moderator in the link brings up a good point that "if this was such a big news story then why has this not meant complete exploitation of Kaspersky products in The removal tool seemed to make the difference in the uninstall/reinstall process.

annoyed KIS user!! Kaspersky SUCKS !!! According to this website: http://www.ca.com/us/securityadvisor/pest/browse.aspx?let=V&cat=virus%20creation%20tool It is some sort of "virus creation tool". Yesterday I went to run my weekly backup and I couldn't get it to run.

Thank you again for the helpful suggestions. Is a process related to kaspersky. Q10: Why does the ATI Catalyst™ Control Center require 3 "CLI.exe" files as well a "Preview.exe" file? I'll get back to this thread later after I check to see if "Maintenance" I'd done has eliminated the problem with the clock cycles.