What is File: arrmeapsie64

April 10, 2015 at 08:58:01
Specs: Windows 7
What is arrmeapsie64?(application)

It is located in: C:\Program Files (x86)\35556262-902E-49AE-8622-66E14F1F041C\arrmeapsle64\
In the same folder are: libeay32.dll, nfapi.dll, ProtocolFilters.dll, ssleay32.dll

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April 10, 2015 at 13:43:59
It seems many anti-virus utils identify it as a possible threat... But it would appear that it is actually OK - if one reads the content here?


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April 10, 2015 at 15:00:35
Here are the first 2 steps, there will be more steps needed after I see the results of these logs.

Run them in this order.

Step 1: Run AdwCleaner
Author's site
Close all open programs and internet browsers.
Double click on AdwCleaner.exe to run the tool.
Click on Clean.
Confirm each time with Ok.
Your computer will be rebooted automatically. A text file will open after the restart.
Please Copy & Paste the contents of that logfile with your next answer.
You can find the logfile at C:\AdwCleaner[S1].txt as well.

Step 2: Run Junkware Removal Tool
Download Junkware Removal Tool onto your Desktop. If your default download location is not the Desktop, drag it out of it's location onto the Desktop.
Warning! Once the scan is complete JRT will shut down your browser with NO warning.
Shut down your protection software now to avoid potential conflicts.
Temporarily disable your antivirus and any antispyware real time protection before performing a scan.
Click this link to see a list of security programs that should be disabled and how to disable them.
Run the tool by double-clicking it. If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7/8, right-click JRT and select Run as Administrator.
The tool will open and start scanning your system.
Please be patient as this can take a while to complete depending on your system's specifications.
On completion, a log (JRT.txt) is saved onto your Desktop and will automatically open.
Copy and Paste the contents of the JRT.txt log please.

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April 10, 2015 at 15:40:30
I asked what it is not how to clean my pc.

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April 10, 2015 at 15:44:08
"Id rather just delete it..."
You will still be infected.

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April 10, 2015 at 17:04:17
If it is "genuine" pest - as many virus utils seem to "think" it is... it would be wise to run a clean up routine - just incase...

The link I posted was one of a few that besides stating the way it's regarded by virus utils, suggests that it's apparently part of the windows system...

I would be inclined to go a clean up checkout; and if the file is flagged as a possible pest, at least allow the virus util to quarantine it; and then see if it makes any difference to the performance etc. of your system as is?

Equally you could just choose to simply "quarantine" it, by copying it to clean flash drive, or a dvdr/rw, and then deleting it from the main drive. Then see if the system is in anyway affected by the file's absence?

But again a cleanout/checkout might/would still be a wise(r) option - even if you manually quarantine it and no apparent detrimental effects afterwards.

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April 10, 2015 at 17:23:04
"I asked what it is not how to clean my pc"

You are infected with Trojans ( not a virus )

What is the difference between viruses, worms, and Trojans?

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