to keep it inside and keep others out. Ritesh Bhardwaj it restarts the computer after few minutes gurpreet I dont know much.. The file size is 13,312bytes (33% of all occurrences), 13,362bytes or 217,088bytes. this should be either updated or deleted using a virus scan or an advanced spyware scan.
Update Windows often to prevent problems. rahul soni Not much, but when the 60 sec thing comes up, go to run and enter shutdown -a. Still I am searching solution for this. Note: The lsass.exe file is located in the folder C:\Windows\System32. click resources
Use Stinger from the McAfee site. That's why, use Linux, Solaris, MACOSX, uff, everything but not windows..... Knute Its dangerous when you got a blaster worm, when ever you go to the internet lsass initializes a shutdown of your computer. Bimal K.P.G Said lsass.exe was missing, then asked for password..
However, it may have a Trojan virus attached to it. alex k. It verifies users logging on to a Windows computer or server, handles password changes, and creates access tokens. It also writes to the Windows Security Log. If it is spelt with an "i" (or any other letter, for that fact), it is the worm, but if it spelled with and "L", then don't delete or stop it,
Other processes gcalservice.exe freeshade.exe secservr.exe bhdcregc.exe lsass .exe delself.exe wsm.exe displaylinkservice.exe isftimerd.exe pdexplo.exe o.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy I am using Win 2003 server, someone suggested me to go into COMMAND mode Use command "SHUTDOWN -i " and set the time = "99999" but I found out the "OK" What are you going to do; delete it? to Microsoft...) then click dont send.
It's a WinXP vulnerable procces, he can execute remote functions, it get's infected by trojans. It irritates a lot due to abrupt message for shutdown within 60 secs. however multiple virusses abuse functionality of it, or render this program instable. Viruses (Sasser) attack it!
How to fix lsass.exe related problems? 1. http://www.file.net/process/lsass.exe.html If you have problems with your computer shutting you down saying there was an error with it...Then you should look into the sasser virus. The Sasser Worm attacks the file, and as a safety precaution, Windows shuts down so it can restart a fresh copy of the file. Scooter Hi, i started having this problem awhile ago but never go the message....
rahul soni Not much, but when the 60 sec thing comes up, go to run and enter shutdown -a. Other verisons of lsass.exe (different directory, different capitalization on the file name) probably are. mani This filename is used by some virus (in a different location though) and will be used to execute code. KRYSIS It won't allow me to access my system.
And you cant say Isass is suceptable to viruses because every file no just system files are prone to virus attacks, so get over it. Other seemingly safe locations are C:\winnt$NtServicePackUninstall$, c:\winnt\$NtUninstall*, c:\winnt\ServicePackFiles\i386, or c:\winnt\system32\dllcache. Therefore a restart is initiated by Lsass process. i formated my PC for many times.
Chandra i think it is about system secrutiy on ethernet card, or other card's configration error. Use Stinger from the McAfee site. This process is performed by using authentication packages such as the default Msgina.dll.
if you dont know, why post your comment unless asking for help. Antivirus and have run the patch in Windows, still not removed it might be some kind of worm called blaster or sasser but cant clean it yet, I consider it's dangerous. I understand it's not the virus, but how do I get rid of it?!?! If all who wrote about these files consiistently used Lsass for the Microsoft file, and isass for the malware file, much pain and confusion would be avoided.
DutchKid i have reformated my computer 4 times and still have the same problem Jesse The virus file (lsass.exe) has been cunningly and brilliantly disguised as the system file (lsass.exe). Once the file is file is open make sure no lines are listed that do not begin with a pound (#) and contain microsoft.com, windowsupdate, or any antivirus protection sites such Only do so when it is not located in win\syst32\ otherwise windows wil not start the next logon. as soon as i get my machine booted into windows this thing trys shutting down my computer and een after i remove the thing with a patch it keeps me from
This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PCWorld. Phaneendra I am a CompuITA Certified Virus Inspector, this program is not a virus Xwassac Studios runs ping.exe multiple times and shut downs the computer where i do cmd or msconfig But its a REAL PAIN when im working , and it says i HAVE to reboot my pc due to an error or something, im getting close to calling microsoft about