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File: navapsvc.exe
Name: Norton AntiVirus Auto-Protect Service
Product: Norton Antivirus
Manufacturer: Symantec
Risk factor (Virus/Trojan/Spyware): Rating

"navapsvc.exe" belongs to Norton AntiVirus.

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There were 331 user requests for that file. 20 users classify it as harmless. 2 users classify it as not so dangerous. 9 users classify it as neutral. 3 users considered the file to be suspicious. 9 users classify it as bad and recommend to delete navapsvc.exe. 5 users didn't classify it ("don't know").

RatingOpinionFrom
Ratingit eats my cpu Cosmin
RatingNorton Anti Virus Program Service
RatingDas ist ein Teil von Norton Antivirus.  link for more info Vampire
RatingThis is the file which automatic reboot the system and enable svchost.exe file again and again MOhsin
Ratingnavaspscv.exe is a phone home cookie for norton anti-virus, located in the general index.dat file group folder. any history eraser program will delete it. This 'file' can allow anyone with some 'script' knowhow to easily give you a remote trojan. Norton came with my new computer but i am uninstalling Norton and replacing with Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal Pro (the best ) brian the webmaster guru
RatingDiese Datei löscht alle Proxy Einträge. Seien sie also vorsichtig! Dr. Helmut Schweizer
RatingNorton antivirus auto protect - pretty much jus scans open,new,copied files Minion
Ratingit occupy too much memory,about 50MB zhang zhonghua
RatingThis file is part of Norton Antivirus.
RatingThis file is part of Norton Antivirus. It's the Autoprotection-stuff. NAVAPSVR = NortonAntiVirusAutoProtectionSerViCe Cruel Device
RatingIt takes a hell of a lot processortime !!!
RatingThis service is installed with Norton. Unless you want your Virus Scanner to not function, keep this in Manual.  link for more info e9racer
Ratingsorgt für sporadischen sprunghaften anstieg der cpu-last auf 50 bis 100% - man merkt es am kurzen "hängen" aller laufenden Programme R2
Ratingnavapsvc.exe gehört zum "Norton AntiVirus Auto Protect Service". Er befördert unteranderem infizierte Dateien in Quarantäne. DataFighter
RatingConstantly Grabs Large Chunks of the CPU Joe G.
RatingDiese Datei gehört zu Norton Antivirus, ist also ungefährlich. Erzeugt alle 60 Sekunden eine CPU-Spitze von 100%. Dadurch ruckeln insbesondere 3D-Spiele. Steffen
RatingEine Komponente von Norton Antivirus, sie ueberwacht dateien nach Viren sogar in Komprimierten Archiven und Checkt ausserdem Dateien die gerade herunter geladen werden nach Viren, als auch *.MSI installationspakete die gerade entpackt werden.  link for more info Psyllo
Ratingi cant remove norton 2003: uninstallation program cant find navapsvc (but it's still present in the task manager's process' list) gibaud
RatingIt is supplied and launched by Norton AntiVirus  link for more info David
RatingThis is Norton antivirus autoprotect from what I've learned. But it does about 180,00 I/O reads every time I start my computer and makes it unusable for about 2 minutes before it's done doing whatever it is doing. I would appreciate anyone's input on how to reduce the delay it produces at startup.
Ratingslows things down considerably jw
RatingThat it eats up processor space Kai
RatingNorton AV 2005 (aucun problème) Symantec Pascal
RatingNorton Antivirus,if you are having problems with it being a resource hog then you must have an ancient PC. Any modern PC shouldnt have any problems. I run it on every thing from a 9III 1000 to a Athlon 2600XP and no problems at all. Ardz
Ratingeats at CPU - UGH wizkid
Ratingnorton antivirus and navapsvc.exe in particular simply wont go away. I'm not sure, but I think this is in some mysterious way to blame for a whole lot of problems i've encountered recently, such as not being able to access secure sites.
RatingWindows Reads from this file with 1.5Gb among off data in an 8 hour period. It takes a lot of space in my Pagefile. Grepen
RatingPart of Symantec Norton Internet Security suite  link for more info Georg
RatingNorton Antivirus autoprotect. if youre surfing the web, or opening a new exe. for the first time, its a very good idea to have this running. to reduce processor usage, do a full system scan of your computer. if that doesnt work, i cant help you Phil
Ratinghigh cpu utilization 40+% all of the time
RatingIt stops the computer from shutting down. Linda
RatingIf you want to be protected you keep it, if you don't wan't it's up to you... dinges
RatingSlows down my system considerably, making it unusable for roughly 5 minutes after starting. Max
RatingIt seems to eat up CPU, but never release it. Shutting down and rebooting resets it, but, in a week or so, I'll have to shut down and reboot again to move it from using 150meg back to 20 meg. slave
RatingIt Crashes XP professional Restore Operation Sanford
Ratingnavapsvr means Norton Anti Virus Auto Protection Service ,well it takes from 3 to 15 mb of space but it dosen't make any negative effects on a new pc ,1.5 ghz and above ,but sure it slows dramaticlly olders pc
RatingIt consumes 70-100% CPU on my NEW PC! Mark
Ratingnur von norton anti virus also nicht gefährlich cpufreak
RatingIt's eating 24% power from a powerfull dull Xeon 2700. Cue
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