Windows Startup Entries, Symbol: [c]

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CnxAdslL

File Name: CnxAdslL.exe
Description:
DLink, Zoom, or Conexant modem driver
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

cnxdmqje

File Name: ehalxqqtssd.exe
Description:
Added by the External: AGENT-OEC TROJAN!
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

CnxDslTaskBar

File Name: CnxDslTb.exe
Description:
Connexant DSL Taskbar as used on Acess Runner and Samsung AHT-E310 ADSL modems
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

CobBU

File Name: CobBU.exe
Description:
External: Cobian Backup versions 6 and 7 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program as a startup application rather than the default service on an NT based OS (NT/2K/XP). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

Cobian

File Name: Cobian.exe
Description:
External: Cobian Backup versions 8 thru 10 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program as a startup application rather than the default service on an NT based OS (NT/2K/XP/Vista/7). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

Cobian Backup

File Name: cbInterface.exe
Description:
System Tray access to External: Cobian Backup 10 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program using the default settings as service on an NT based OS (XP/Vista/7). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup installation option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

Cobian Backup

File Name: CobBU.exe
Description:
External: Cobian Backup 6 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program as a startup application rather than the default service on an NT based OS (NT/2K/XP). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

Cobian Backup 10

File Name: Cobian.exe
Description:
External: Cobian Backup 10 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program as a startup application rather than the default service on an NT based OS (XP/Vista/7). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

Cobian Backup 10 Interface

File Name: cbInterface.exe
Description:
System Tray access to External: Cobian Backup 10 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program using the default settings as service on an NT based OS (XP/Vista/7). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup installation option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)

Cobian Backup 6

File Name: CobBU.exe
Description:
External: Cobian Backup 6 - a multi-threaded backup program which makes backup copies of your file and folders (in compressed or uncompressed form) to another location. This entry appears if you choose to install the program as a startup application rather than the default service on an NT based OS (NT/2K/XP). If you don't have regularly scheduled backups then choose the startup option and run it manually when required
Bad startup (0) | Good startup (0) | (0)
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