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RsWin
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File Name: lsass.exe
Description:
Added by the SILLY.BR WORM! Note - this is not the legitimate lsass.exe process which is always located in %System% and should not normally figure in Msconfig/Startup! This one is located in a "4350" subfolder
RSync
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File Name: netsync.exe
Description:
SafeSurfing adware
rtasks
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File Name: rtasks.exe
Description:
Part of rogue software including members of the AVSystemCare security suite family (see here for examples), WinAntiVirus Pro 2006 and WinAntiVirus Pro 2007
rtcdll
(0) | (0) | (0)
File Name: rtcdll.exe
Description:
RTCDLL is "Real Time Communication" and is associated with Windows Messenger (the IM application, not messenger service). It is only necessary if you use Windows Messenger. Most people use MSN Messenger instead, so it is not required in those cases
RTHDBPL
(0) | (0) | (0)
File Name: lsass.exe
Description:
Added by the ROUTROBOT WORM! Note - this is not the legitimate lsass.exe process which is always located in %System% and should not normally figure in Msconfig/Startup! This one is located in %AppData%\SystemProc
RTHDCPL
(0) | (0) | (5)
File Name: RTHDCPL.EXE
Description:
Realtek HD Audio Control Panel, installed with the XP/2K drivers for on-board Realtek HD audio codecs. Unless you have the default (but optional) System Tray icon enabled, the only purpose this entry serves is to detect and allow you to configure any devices plugged into the jacks - such as headphones and a microphone. With the System Tray icon enabled it will also inform you when devices are removed and give you access to the Sound Manager and other multimedia functions. The Sound Manager is also available via the Control Panel and this entry is therefore only required if you regularly change sound schemes
RtHDVCpl
(0) | (0) | (9)
File Name: RtHDVCpl.exe
Description:
Realtek HD Audio Manager, installed with the Vista/7 drivers for on-board Realtek HD audio codecs. Unless you have the default (but optional) System Tray icon enabled, the only purpose this entry serves is to detect and allow you to configure any devices plugged into the jacks - such as headphones and a microphone. With the System Tray icon enabled it will also inform you when devices are removed and give you access to the Sound Manager and other multimedia functions. The Sound Manager is also available via the Control Panel and this entry is therefore only required if you regularly change sound schemes
RtHDVCpl
(0) | (0) | (9)
File Name: RAVCpl64.exe
Description:
Realtek HD Audio Manager, installed with the 64-bit Vista/7 drivers for on-board Realtek HD audio codecs. Unless you have the default (but optional) System Tray icon enabled, the only purpose this entry serves is to detect and allow you to configure any devices plugged into the jacks - such as headphones and a microphone. With the System Tray icon enabled it will also inform you when devices are removed and give you access to the Sound Manager and other multimedia functions. The Sound Manager is also available via the Control Panel and this entry is therefore only required if you regularly change sound schemes
rtkernsw
(0) | (0) | (0)
File Name: [random filename]
Description:
Added by a variant of the SLAPER TROJAN!
rtl.exe
(0) | (0) | (0)
File Name: rtl.exe
Description:
Added by the TIOTUA-J TROJAN!
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