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File: ccsetmgr.exe
Name: Common Client Settings Manager Service
Product: Norton Internet Security or Norton Antivirus
Manufacturer: Symantec Corporation
Risk factor (Virus/Trojan/Spyware): Rating

"ccsetmgr.exe" is part of Norton Internet Security or Norton Antivirus from Symantec Corporation.
It seems that it launches Norton on startup.

You can obtain detailed information about ccsetmgr.exe and any other processes running in the background using a tool like Anti-Spy.Info. Please note that malware files are often named like well-known files to cover up its true intentions. So it's recommended to validate the file and the file's location on your computer. If you find the file belonging to a "non-Microsoft" process in your Windows folder, then it could be malware.

User feedback

There were 424 user requests for that file. 10 users classify it as harmless. 4 users classify it as neutral. 4 users didn't classify it ("don't know").

RatingOpinionFrom
Ratingdoesn't use a lot of memory but still doesn't seem to be dangerous (althought it doesn't seems that a its needed) ggm
RatingNorton Internet Security ? JQ
RatingDas ist ein Teil von Norton Antivirus.  link for more info Vampire
RatingIt is trying to access the internet by itself, it knows my log on tel number, ID and password. My firewall stoped it 3 times, on the 4th it passed it and was dialing out/logging on and the only way to stop it is to disconect the phone line Alan
RatingIt's not "spyware"- it's Norton- Leave it.
RatingThis is Symantec Settings Manager, and can be found in "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe"  link for more info Omar El Fakih
RatingUses 4k memory on my machine. By 2008 we'll have to have a 256mb stick of ram just for norton and it'll be running about a hundred processes in the background. I have a gig of memory but I just hate wasting it for nothing. SuperPi
RatingNorton AV 2005 (aucun problème) Symantec Pascal
RatingIt's Symantec NAV. There's nothing to worry about. Dusan
Ratingwird zur Installation von Antivirus und Firewall benötigt, wo findet man Datei Müller, Dr. Helmut
Ratingit's not dangerous, but anyoing if you're also running avast! - when avast can't establish an internet connection, for what reason ever, ccsetmgr.exe is using up almost 90% of the CPU power and takes about 10min to get your pc under control again sm
RatingPart of Symantec Norton Internet Security suite  link for more info Georg
Ratingis absolut ungefährlich
Ratingit's part of Norton antivirus DC the MCSE
RatingSymantec Norton 2005 " It is used for automatic update" Not Dangerous GcNetSpeed
RatingI don't know if it is dangerous, just that it starts up whenever my system is idle and runs the Cpu up and uses a lot of memory, preventing my hard drive from going idle or timing out. This program will put more wear on my CPU fan than burning DVDs because it runs all day every day when my system is idle! Annoyed
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