|01 Feb 2013||#1|
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Le.exe located in SysWoW64, is this a Windows component?
I found out that one of the processes (AutoRun at start-up) running on my Pc (Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bits) is called LE.EXE (le.exe). This appears to me as suspicious since it looks like ie.exe, but it isn't.
This file is located in the system sub-folder 'syswow64' and is always running as a process on the background.
I was wondering if this is a normal/standard Windows component, or that this may be a virus/trojan/spyware. I could not find anything on the internet about this filename, that is why I ask the question here.
Many thanks in advance for your help. Only by checking on your own PC and telling me if you got the same file running/located would be of great help to me!
(so: not ie.exe but le.exe)
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