What is the "vkise.exe" ?

Our database contains 10 different files for filename vkise.exe . You can also check most distributed file variants with name vkise.exe. This files most often belongs to product Internet Security Essentials. and were most often developed by company COMODO. This files most often have description Internet Security Essentials. Agregate rating is 3(3) stars - based on 4 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process vkise.exe.

vkise.exe Process

File details of most used file with name "vkise.exe"

Product:
Internet Security Essentials
Company:
COMODO
Description:
Internet Security Essentials
Version:
1.1.7388.29
MD5:
18a39a43cb10b22706db5a63d62c309c
SHA1:
957471b76c75623ab55143675b842037ae4226d0
SHA256:
40f3a56478570ba19e8582d132ab273aa8970a8ae2126af53b270396e3da7e9f
Size:
3382464
Directory:
%PROGRAMFILES%\COMODO\Internet Security Essentials
Operating System:
Windows 7
Occurence:
Low oc0
Digital Signature:
Comodo Security Solutions

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Latest new variant of the file with name "vkise.exe" was discovered 25 days ago.
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User Reviews of the "vkise.exe"

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Reviews for all files with name "vkise.exe"

  • SAFErating from user EsKa for file %PROGRAMFILES%\COMODO\Internet Security Essentials\vkise.exe (Variant: 41800305)

    To the "unsafe" review above. An explanation like this one, one the official documentation page?
    https://help.comodo.com/topic-435-1-841-10768-Introduction-to-Comodo-Internet-Security-Essentials.html

  • THREATrating from user STubl for file %PROGRAMFILES%\COMODO\Internet Security Essentials\vkise.exe (Variant: 41825502)

    When it comes to safety of my systems I am with Zerod1. When a process is necessary it can be explaindes to be so, when not, I have better things to do, to uninstall scamware like this stuff.
    Therefore I consider "Essential" to be rubbish and a thread itself.

  • THREATrating from user Zerod1 for file %PROGRAMFILES%\COMODO\Internet Security Essentials\vkise.exe (Variant: 41825502)

    I consider anything a threat when it seems out of the ordinary until I can prove otherwise and quite frankly, this file did not show up until I updated Comodo Firewall (of which already had it's own running processes in task manager going)----but now this file shows up. No explanation by Comodo has been given as to why this file is running when a user only wishes to use "Comodo Firewall."
    It just started showing up in my task manager after a few weeks after I installed the latest version of Comodo Firewall. The previous version I of C.F.W., never ran a file of this nature-------why all of a sudden does this pop up in task manager when there are 4 other 'Firewall' processes already running under the Program Description of (Comodo Internet Security)?
    This doesn't make sense and neither does the great mystery about it either.
    Comodo has some explaining to do regarding this one and as far as I'm concerned--------they've definitely dropped the ball, because it should go without saying that a company like Comodo, whom prides itself on "top security" for the customer, be more forthright in providing the necessary details that would help it's customer's to know exactly what this additional process is and why it is needed---if at all----or if it's just another one of those unnecessary components (sort of like 'Geek-Buddy'), which have been implanted into the latest version of Comodo Firewall...
    Either way, it would be most appropriate for Comodo to offer some clarity with regard to this particular issue of concern.
    Thank you in advance...

  • SAFErating from user ben for file %PROGRAMFILES%\COMODO\Internet Security Essentials\vkise.exe (Variant: 41825502)

    ok