What is the "msfeedssync.exe" ?

Our database contains 220 different files for filename msfeedssync.exe . You can also check most distributed file variants with name msfeedssync.exe. This files most often belongs to product Windows® Internet Explorer. and were most often developed by company Microsoft Corporation. This files most often have description Microsoft Feeds Synchronization. Agregate rating is 5(5) stars - based on 2 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process msfeedssync.exe.

msfeedssync.exe Process

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

Windows® Internet Explorer
Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Feeds Synchronization
8.00.6001.18702 (longhorn_ie8_rtm(wmbla).090308-0339)
Operating System:
Windows XP
High oc2

Is the Process "msfeedssync.exe" Safe or Threat ?

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100% of reviewed files are marked as Safe .
100% of reviewed files are marked as System file.
Latest new variant of the file with name "msfeedssync.exe" was discovered 3475 days ago. Our database contains 52 variants of the file "msfeedssync.exe" with final rating Safe and zero variants with final rating Threat . Final ratings are based on file reviews, discovered date, users occurence and antivirus scan results.
Filename "msfeedssync.exe" is used by Microsoft Windows System files. Many threats uses filenames of System Processes to camouflage itself. You should consider suspected any file which uses system filename and is not stored in system directory or has invalid file version information. Correct system file contains full file version information from Microsoft.

User Reviews of the "msfeedssync.exe"

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Reviews for all files with name "msfeedssync.exe"

  • SAFErating from user rgoshorn for file C:\Windows\System32\msfeedssync.exe

  • SAFErating from user djskizo for file C:\Windows\System32\msfeedssync.exe (Variant: 5305)

    Ie8 rss feed sync, running for no reason on a system only used with FF3 . but "safe" nonetheless, just MS bloat. woot :P