|Windows Service Manager
|i deleted it repeatedly using Anti-Spy.Info but it keeps coming back.
|Windows Service Manger
|if it is in the directory c:\windows\lsass directory it is dangerous
|Services.exe is not dangerous...service.exe is(trojan)
|Should it be blocked by my firewall?
|Should be located in %windir%/system32 (ex. C:\Windows\System32) if not it could be a trojan. If its a trojan and you can't remove check text in file for other potential trojan files.
|c:\windows\services.exe was found to be a trojan on my machine. Blocked with zone alarm, but still cant get rid of it. Some other process must be restoring the file at start up. Any ideas anyone?
|It is some kind trojan, it takes control of systems, rpc-overflow.
|C:\WINNT\services.exe at 8kB was the backdoor.Zincite.a virus for me. The Windows 2000 services.exe was 83 kB. Some other application (possibly C:\WINNT\jave.exe which was mydoom) kept recreating winnt\services.exe whenever I deleted it.
|My firewall asks if I want to allow it. If I do not, my AOL will not access the web except for e-mail.
|should be in windows/system32
|serviceS.exe is OK! service -- with no "s" beware!!
|the system process services.exe is not dangerous but the services.exe launch with your username is dangerous. Try deleting it with Anti-Spy.Info then delete the directory and the entries in the registry : HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run & HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run.
|Ultra dangerous, this file try to access some websites, and keep around 800 bytes everytime to Internet, I keep coming back, it's around 6KB, sites are: http://www.geocities.com/cristina8_white/shit.txt
|services.exe is Windows Service Controller it is an Application that is used only in Windows NT 4, 2000, and XP for starting, stopping, and interacting with system services.
|The services.exe was found in the system32\services-directory among a lot of xxx-related stuff - I renamed services.exe (could not erase directly as it was active), rebooted and removed the entire directory. Afterwards I cleaned the registry manually
|It's the MyDoom virus if found in c:\Windows
|wolud try to connect tcp 22.214.171.124:80 ; send cached keys ?
|keine verbindung mehr zu microsoft update / geänderte startseite
|Backdoor.Zincite.A uses this file. The file is also referred to in registry to run at startup. "c:\windows\services.exe".
|c:\windows\system32\services.exe is normal, but c:\windows\services.exe is not normal and is a trojan.
|If the services.exe is from C:Windows its a trojan. Follow the link for the registry fix and delete both C:Windows/services.exe and C:Windows/System32/mssyncr.exe, that's what I did and it's no longer on my computer and trying to dial out
|The SecutiryTaskMan says its a 100 rating for a risk. So why is it good? it is Services.exe
|Services.exe ist bei mir nicht nur in system 32 sondern auch in windows temper und lässt sich nicht löschen!
|trojan dropper (downloaded onto my computer from a porn site to path: C:\windows\system32\goulmn\services.exe) and registry changes.
|Microsoft has issues and spying on Customers is one of them .... why would you need to have services @ controllers to access the net when you have Explorer?..
||Services & Controller App|
|Received it from an msn-user, after giving him my IP-adress (stupid!!), as "server.exe". Became Services.exe after starting server.exe.
|I had an experience with a trojan that was c:\windows\system32\windows\services.exe! Clever bastards.
|It suddenly appeared ,and makes my computer hang ,if I allow it
|C:\WINDOWS\INETDIM\ Services.exe is a virus??
|I have C:\WINDOWS\system32\MSOffice\services.exe Is this good or bad? Norton detects it on a virus scan, but I can't delete it. Should I be worried?
|I had it under C:\WINDOWS\ I deleted it and everything still works! Why keep it, you don't need it! Just delete it!
|I don't know much about this. I made sure the services.exe was where it was supposed to be before deleting it.
|QUE ES UN VIRUS TROYANO QUE SE ALBERGA DENTRO DEL DIR. SYSTEM32 Y REINICIA LAS PC. UNA VEZ QUE SE EMPIEZA A EJECUTAR
|The others users who share the router can't use internet!!!
|Is present in C:\WINDOWS\system32 (99kb) , C:\WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$ (106kb) and C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386 (106kb)
|Well if you don't need to run your system go ahead and delete it. I would leave it be though. From what I understand services.exe basically assist is running your processes on your server. In the olden days when we would stop services remotely as a joke it would bluescreen the victims computer. I think ms fixed it so you can no longer stop it.
|It's safe if it's in the System32 folder. However, I've come across it in this folder before, meaning it's not legit: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\windows\services.exe
|Consumes ~80% of resources thereby slowing everything down
|this services.exe file mostly infects NT/win2000/XP,and it doesn't let u to delete dis file, i haven't experienced that file,but experienced a similar file to services.exe.My friend said that this file is both in windows\system32 and windows\temp folder,weird. But if u open that services.exe with a different way (such as notepad.exe or a database program like VB,C++) and remove the entire codes,lines,etc... I mean it shall be an empty file,erase everything within,and save changes,and also prevent this file to run itself during reboot as in registry.Thus u will get rid of that file
|May be related to the Coolsearch adware, I've got a services.exe in C:\Windows\System32\MSOffice and another in C:\Windows\System32, the one on MSOffice is created on the same date I detect the adware.
|windows\inetdim\services.exe (i changed the name and rebooted). Then I deleted the inetdim directory and no more issues