What is the "fabs.exe" Variant 1875 ?

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Our database contains 30 different files for filename fabs.exe but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the fabs.exe then visit General Information Page . This file belongs to product FABS - file change and backup server and was developed by company MAGIX AG. This file has description Verzeichnisüberwachung und Hilfsaufgaben für die Medienbibliothek.

Agregate rating is 5(5) stars - based on 3 reviews.
This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process fabs.exe.

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fabs.exe Process
Product:
FABS - file change and backup server
Company:
MAGIX AG
Description:
Verzeichnisüberwachung und Hilfsaufgaben für die Medienbibliothek
Version:
2.1.26.0
MD5:
a287668c7680e5d138c203f3302eb34f
SHA1:
4dc281985c476b1508868cbbf5a6cf4ba7b3d069
SHA256:
72b095f2500d165478d3134f103defdec76de8bb901c4c2046f0b23606ca6a90
Size:
1220608
Directory:
%COMMONFILES%\MAGIX Services\Database\bin
Operating System:
Windows XP
Discovered:
January 2, 2010
Occurence:
Medium oc1

Demographics distribution

Aproximately 76% of users are in the Germany. It is also popular in Italy and Portugal, Portuguese Republic.

System Explorer Community Antivirus Report

This file was checked and tolerated by following antivirus shields :
Antivirus NameLatest Toleration
Avira Desktop2014-09-08 07:38:48
avast! Antivirus2014-09-01 23:20:00
Microsoft Security Essentials2014-08-25 17:06:26
Computer Schutz2014-08-24 14:57:32
Bitdefender Antivirus Free Edition2014-08-23 19:33:36
Advanced SystemCare Ultimate2014-08-23 11:17:11
Windows Defender2014-08-19 21:14:11
G Data InternetSecurity 20102014-06-10 21:56:10
Norton 360 Premier Edition2014-06-02 14:25:24
Bitdefender Antivirus2014-05-28 14:29:37
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Is the Process "fabs.exe" Safe or Threat ?

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User Reviews of the "fabs.exe"

  • SAFErating from user MikeOne

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    fabs.exe is a process from FABS by Magix and part of File change and exchange server. Watches filechanges, does service tasks for the media library. This file is safe, was not marked as a threat or virus-containing application by any antivirus software. Check the MD5 hash, there can be more versions of this file.

    (id: 1875)
  • SAFErating from user sirrom

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    it's safe, it s installed with magix btu is not nice at all that it cannot be disable from automatic start up on services. option is greyed out. on W7 C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\MAGIX Services\Database\bin\FABS.exe /DisableUI ¿what if i rename it? still looking how to disable it, i only want things running when i really need them...

    (id: 1875)
  • SAFErating from user Wayne

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    It might be safe, but I diable it from the startup and ity always gets re-enabled next time I boot. This is the activity of an virus!

    (id: 1875)