Our database contains 5520 different files for filename svchost.exe but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the svchost.exe then visit General Information Page . You can also check most distributed file variants with name svchost.exe. This file belongs to product Microsoft® Windows® Operating System and was developed by company Microsoft Corporation. This file has description Host Process for Windows Services. Agregate rating is 3(3) stars - based on 16 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process svchost.exe.
- Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
- Microsoft Corporation
- Host Process for Windows Services
- Operating System:
- Windows 7
|Antivirus Name||Latest Toleration|
|ESET NOD32 Antivirus 8.0||2017-10-16|
|ESET Smart Security||2017-10-16|
|Advanced SystemCare Ultimate||2017-10-16|
|Dr.Web Security Space||2017-10-16|
|ZoneAlarm Extreme Security Antivirus||2016-09-07 23:40:38|
|avast! Antivirus||2016-09-07 23:38:07|
Is the Process "svchost.exe" Safe or Threat ?
50% of reviewed files are marked as Threat .
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20% of reviewed files with different MD5 are marked as Threat
58% of reviewed files with different MD5 located in different directory are marked as Threat .
SAFErating from user NEugeny74 (Variant: 1140279)
Safe, but uses almost all of the RAM for two weeks. I have 16 GB of RAM, the process takes more than 10 GB.
THREATrating from user fak (Variant: 1140279)
забирает ресурсы процессора
SAFErating from user Maciek (Variant: 1140279)
Bezpieczne jak jajka Grodzkiej przed kopniakiem :D
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THREATrating from user Джексон
THREATrating from user Aurikk
THREATrating from user felix
SAFErating from user DJ
THREATrating from user Олег
SAFErating from user its as much of a threat as Microsoft (Variant: 1140279)
Microsoft creating malicious software to combat "malicious software" (see competitors) that causes more problems than the "malicious software" ever could. -since before their was "malicious software"
SAFErating from user Mike
THREATrating from user Ericssonica
SAFErating from user degert
SAFErating from user Longwood (Variant: 1140279)
The only svchost.exe i have found to be malicious was svchost.exe.32
SAFErating from user spook (Variant: 1140279)
seems to be well behaved