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File: navshext.dll
Name: Norton AntiVirusNAVShellExt Module
Product: Norton AntiVirus
Manufacturer: Symantec Corporation
Risk factor (Virus/Trojan/Spyware): Rating

"navshext.dll" is part of Norton AntiVirus from Symantec Corporation.

You can obtain detailed information about navshext.dll 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.

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There were 1304 user requests for that file. 12 users classify it as harmless. 4 users classify it as neutral. 1 user considered the file to be suspicious. 1 user classify it as bad and recommend to delete navshext.dll. 2 users didn't classify it ("don't know").

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RatingThis File is a Module of Norton Antivirus.  link for more info Tino Kurth
Ratingich denke es ist eine Einrichtung zur direkten und Sicheren Verbindung für Security-Symantec Computer Prüfung und alls Schutz für Symantec Live Update(Express) gedacht ? Roland Weichmann
RatingThis is part of your Norton Antivirus... runs when your internet explorer does maddcow
RatingNorton Internet Security ? JQ
Ratingit stops new browser windows from opening Antmac
RatingIt is the additional toolbar for Norton Antivirus in IE, with wich you can instantly start NAV-checks and which automatically checks downloaded files for viruses.  link for more info Vampire
RatingNavShExt.dll is probally a worm/virus
RatingNorton AV 2005 (aucun problème) Pascal
RatingPart of Norton Anti-Virus Datael
RatingPart of Norton AV. Personally I would regard Internet Exploder + Outlook Exmess as the two big weaknesses on any Windows system. Don't like viruses or spyware, but can't afford a Mac? Then get rid of all shortcuts to IE or OE, [you can't even uninstall them in XP, which should tell you a lot!!],and get yourself a copy of Mozilla Firefox + Mozilla Thunderbird. IE + OE are so deeply bundled with the Windows main OS that any penetration goes instantly to the very core of the system.  link for more info @Damski
RatingThis file is a part of Norton AV.  link for more info not your father
RatingPart of Symantec Norton Internet Security suite  link for more info Georg
RatingDudes... IT comes with Norton Antivirus! Do u think that they will make a virus in an antivirus software? Symantec is trusted for its components so its not a virus or worm! E-Info
RatingKeep it you want it to work properly....
RatingPart of Norton SystemWorks - Live Update - Norton spends a lot of time plugging holes in Microsoft OS and Browser. This program, while needed, has potential to be used against you ... not ust for subscription validation. Be sure you have the 'real' version from Symantec and not malware. Richard Creighton
RatingIt hosed my explorer.exe (i.e. the Hour-Glass) when I right-clicked any file folder or the "Start" tool bar. I quaranteed the file any my problem disappeared. This file is from Norton Systemworks 2003 and it really hoses things up. Tecra
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