Startup Entries

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VMSnap3
File Name: VMSnap3.EXE
Description:
External: Vimicro based webcam driver - as used by both internal (laptop) and external webcams from Vimicro themselves, A4tech, Canon and others
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vmsnGraber
File Name: VMSNGRABER.EXE
Description:
Added by the External: ENVID.B WORM!
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vmss
File Name: vmss.exe
Description:
External: Promulgate adware
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vmtuner
File Name: gclib.exe
Description:
Hijacker - detected by External: Kaspersky as the SMALL.FH TROJAN!
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vmtuner
File Name: gglib.exe
Description:
Added by the External: QLOWZON-D TROJAN!
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VMware hptray
File Name: hpmon.exe
Description:
Trojan that is typically bundled with rogue security programs (such as External: Virus Trigger and External: AntivirusTrigger) and fake codecs. Note - this is not a legitimate VMware entry
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VMware hqtray
File Name: hqtray.exe
Description:
VMware Host Network Access Status Tray Application - part of both VMware External: Player (from version 2.0) and External: Workstation (until version 6.5) - which allow you to "run multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single PC." It's function is uknown at present and it displays no tray icon as the name suggests. Can be disabled without affecting the operation of either product
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VMware Tools
File Name: Xplorer.exe
Description:
Added by the External: AUTOIT.K TROJAN!
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VMware User Process
File Name: KHATRA.exe
Description:
Added by the External: AUTOIT.K TROJAN!
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VMware Workstation
File Name: vmware-tray.exe
Description:
System Tray access to External: virtual machines (VMs) currently in a "powered on" state in External: VMware Workstation - which "makes it simple to create and run multiple virtual machines on your desktop or laptop computer". Can be helpful if VMs are configured to run "headless" at Windows startup, in which case it can help you interact with the headless VMs. In that case, VMs could be powered on headless without ever starting up Workstation. If VMs aren't configured to run headless it isn't really required
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