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Unread postby roglio » July 27th, 2009, 7:29 am

Is msnmsgr.exe a malware or some kind of virus? I have seen in different web sites that some people says that it is a virus and in some others sites they say that it is a core application of msn messenger. I have been getting notifications from norton antivirus that msnmsgr.exe is attempting to connect from other computers, or something similar, I never allow this.

Does anyone knows?
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Re: msnmsgr.exe

Unread postby kingdom1066 » July 27th, 2009, 11:01 am


If you have a problem with your machine then you should post a HJT log in the Malware Removal forum.

Conflicting advice on file names is all over the web. The main way to reduce some conflict is using the path of the file in your research. But this is not 100% and other factors may be involved.

Have you tried the Norton site? Help/support Here
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