What is the "vmazlhr.exe" ? Variant 46290429

Our database contains single file for filename vmazlhr.exe. This file has description Windows Process Manager. Agregate rating is 1(1) stars - based on 2 reviews.This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process vmazlhr.exe.

vmazlhr.exe Process
Product:
(Empty Value)
Company:
(Empty Value)
Description:
Windows Process Manager
Version:
1.0.1.5
MD5:
d9ea10b4401b6e448bf1e64a5be677dd
SHA1:
92983e7f9d4af7bd86832cbe26cd74020686fca4
SHA256:
c215aabf49f5f32c31c44b4b63e26a205ff73a33509dd02c5d4f0eb9640c83b3
Size:
1087488
Directory:
%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\vgaebag
Operating System:
Windows 10
Occurence:
Low oc0

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

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100% of reviewed files are marked as Threat .
Our final rating for this file is Unknown. Final rating is based on file reviews, discovered date, users occurence and antivirus scan results.
AntivirusThis Process is rated as Threat. Threats (viruses, trojans, malware etc.) can make your System unstable, can damage your datas, steal your private informations like emails, passwords, credit card numbers...

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User Reviews of the "vmazlhr.exe"

  • THREATrating from user Steve Barrett for file %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\uninpyg\ctfmopp.exe (Variant: 46328711)

    Found among files under C:UsersAppDataLocaluninpyg on Windows 7, which seem to be responsible for spawning five or six ctfmopp.exe (not ctfmon.exe) processes that are described as "Windows Process Manager" and suck up many MBs of RAM. Task Manager can't kill it, but System Explorer can.
    Further, the directory can't be deleted by because it requires administrator rights, but it can't be deleted by administrator because if requires permission from . It can be deleted by booting into DOS, or a USB Windows.

  • THREATrating from user nekobasan (Variant: 46290429)

    part of a virus