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File: services.exe
Name: Anwendung für Dienste und Controller
ist Teil von: Windows
Hersteller: Microsoft
Gefährlichkeit: Rating

Der Dienststeuerungs-Manager (Service Control Manager) services.exe verwaltet die System Services. Startet der Benutzer das SnapIn Dienste, so steuert er auf diese Weise services.exe.

Wichtig: Die Datei "services.exe" finden Sie nur im C:\Windows\System32\ Ordner. Falls sich diese Datei bei Ihnen in einem anderen Ordner befindet, so besteht die Möglichkeit, dass Ihre services.exe in Wirklichkeit bösartig ist. Viele Trojaner und Viren versuchen ihre wahre Identität zu verschleiern, indem sie einen vertrauenswürdigen Dateinamen verwenden. Prüfen Sie deshalb bei verdächtigen Prozessen stets die digitale Signatur und den Datei-Pfad, z.B. mit Anti-Spy.Info.

Virus mit gleichem Namen:
W32/Leave.B (service.exe) - Symantec Corporation
W32.Randex.R (service.exe) - Symantec Corporation
W32.HLLW.Kazping (service.exe) - Symantec Corporation
W32.XTC.Worm (service.exe) - Symantec Corporation

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Insgesamt 1014 User fragten nach dieser Datei. 11 User halten sie für sicher. 2 User halten sie für relativ ungefährlich. 8 User beurteilten sie neutral. 4 User halten sie für etwas gefährlich. 21 User halten sie für gefährlich und empfehlen, services.exe zu entfernen. 8 User gaben keine Wertung ab.

RatingWindows Service Manager Alex
Ratingi deleted it repeatedly using Anti-Spy.Info but it keeps coming back. Tanveer
RatingWindows Service Manger Walle
Ratingif it is in the directory c:\windows\lsass directory it is dangerous hiarto miarto
RatingServices.exe is not dangerous...service.exe is(trojan)  Quelle: Link Martin
RatingShould it be blocked by my firewall?  Quelle: Link Brian
RatingShould 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. Nautis
Ratingc:\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? Myke
RatingIt is some kind trojan, it takes control of systems, rpc-overflow.  Quelle: Link XGS
RatingC:\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. John
RatingMy firewall asks if I want to allow it. If I do not, my AOL will not access the web except for e-mail. Herb30
Ratingshould be in windows/system32
RatingserviceS.exe is OK! service -- with no "s" beware!! ketamininja
Ratingthe 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. 00s£b
RatingUltra 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: Gradius
Ratingservices.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. Jose
RatingThe 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 Henrik
RatingIt's the MyDoom virus if found in c:\Windows
Ratingwolud try to connect tcp ; send cached keys ? Roland
Ratingkeine verbindung mehr zu microsoft update / geänderte startseite Goldhammer, Norbert
RatingBackdoor.Zincite.A uses this file. The file is also referred to in registry to run at startup. "c:\windows\services.exe". Pieter Rabie
Ratingc:\windows\system32\services.exe is normal, but c:\windows\services.exe is not normal and is a trojan. jeff
RatingIf 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  Quelle: Link Jake
RatingThe SecutiryTaskMan says its a 100 rating for a risk. So why is it good? it is Services.exe
RatingServices.exe ist bei mir nicht nur in system 32 sondern auch in windows temper und lässt sich nicht löschen!
Ratingtrojan dropper (downloaded onto my computer from a porn site to path: C:\windows\system32\goulmn\services.exe) and registry changes. 123
RatingMicrosoft 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
RatingReceived it from an msn-user, after giving him my IP-adress (stupid!!), as "server.exe". Became Services.exe after starting server.exe.
RatingI had an experience with a trojan that was c:\windows\system32\windows\services.exe! Clever bastards.
RatingIt suddenly appeared ,and makes my computer hang ,if I allow it M colston-weeks
RatingC:\WINDOWS\INETDIM\ Services.exe is a virus?? Thomas
RatingI 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? The_Shaman
RatingI had it under C:\WINDOWS\ I deleted it and everything still works! Why keep it, you don't need it! Just delete it!
RatingI don't know much about this. I made sure the services.exe was where it was supposed to be before deleting it. Patrick
RatingThe others User who share the router can't use internet!!! Qinglin
RatingIs present in C:\WINDOWS\system32 (99kb) , C:\WINDOWS\$NtServicePackUninstall$ (106kb) and C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386 (106kb) Shane
RatingWell 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. John Kline
RatingIt'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 Kevin Gallo
RatingConsumes ~80% of resources thereby slowing everything down
Ratingthis 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 dread knight
RatingMay 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. Kang
Ratingwindows\inetdim\services.exe (i changed the name and rebooted). Then I deleted the inetdim directory and no more issues cuerx
RatingINETDIM= dangerous!!!!! benny
RatingTrojan  Quelle: Link Trojanhuter
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