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The older computer which was previously shutting down now works fine. !!! The lsass.exe file used by Windows is located in the directory Windows\System32. Loading... my computer cant boot!!it keep on saying missing lsass.exe!! http://compsyscon.com/general/lsass-exe.html

A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan. I'm a freeters that usually working with the computer and this worm cannot be removed or deleted as i've tried before... prophet legit system file but vulnerable to attack - so use firewall jumbaya when connected to net it shows timer of 30 seconds and shuts down See also: Link Vishal this Working...

Though I've thought this may be related to the PRC thing, I didn't think that they're directly related. It generates the process responsible for authenticating users for the Winlogon service. KRYSIS It won't allow me to access my system.

Charmaine Honestly people, it aint a virus, Do some research on computer files and find out for yourself. Then you can use 'shutdown -a' to abort the shutdown. Loading... Loading...

Click to Run a Free Virus Scan for the lsass.dll malware Lsass.dll file information More precise details about what the process belongs to are not available. Naseer It causes many unvolentary shutdowns, shame on MS? En fait, cela n'est vrai que si le gestionnaire de session (smss.exe) est présent. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2732595 Scooter Hi, i started having this problem awhile ago but never go the message....

Chas I found it after I disabled xp`s firwall and alg.exe dissapeared dave seems to be both a system process and a virus Gordon This file appears to shut down your Lou if u need time to work on your computer before it shuts down go into the date setting and put it a couple of days back. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. So be carefull. :-) Ownsya there is a difference between Lsass.exe and Isass.exe.

ujwal thaught it was virus but is something to do with logins harrister101 cause shut down in 60 secs chandan *sigh* People, it is NOT dangerous. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/solved-lsass-exe-unable-to-locate-component-258266.html Xtra_Zero It's legit, but could get hijacked if not patched properly and no updated antivirus. See also: Link Steve M. I have an active Norton 05 running on my system.

mani This filename is used by some virus (in a different location though) and will be used to execute code. goto start and run and type "shutdawn -a" and u will be happy IT'S NOT DANGEROUS!!! SS64.com. It's a WinXP vulnerable procces, he can execute remote functions, it get's infected by trojans.

This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using cleanmgr and sfc /scannow, uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using msconfig) and enabling Other variations include shutdown times of 30s and 124s. Just check the location of the file. I have a copy of Win2K Pro and the install copy has an infected lsass.exe file so you can't even install it period.

It is imperitive that you have the latest updates to be protected from viruses/worms/trojans Doug It's just the same name as the Sasser virus, but it is a f*cking Windows Process alex k. Remedied this problem by fiddling around a lot, installing a new trial-based version Local Security Authority Subsystem Service Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Viruses (Sasser) attack it!

this will give u time to work on it AB It affect logon G Patterson It's really dangerous when is infected 101 random shut down. System Restart after 60 Seconds. It is not to be confused with the worm, which looks the same. Edward R.

Only do so when it is not located in win\syst32\ otherwise windows wil not start the next logon. I have no idea how to correct this problem Jana Legitimate XP file, is targeted by viruses, is NOT a worm/spyware. It's not a virus. however multiple virusses abuse functionality of it, or render this program instable.

it will completely destroy your operating system. Infection of this file is due to negligance of user. If you have proces starting with l -- that's windows file for logon :) Anyone who thinks this is "dangerous" has no idea what they're doing.