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This file is not reliable. Helvetica i have done research on this program and i think people are getting confused with sasser virus this lsass is a system program if you remove it your computer is To prevent this problem, download and install the KB835732 patch from the microsoft security bulletin MS04-011 page, & enable the firewall in your network connections. i have the windows 2000 pro operating system and i don't know haw to get reed of this error sergiulic lsass is a vital system file which can be afected by http://howtoblog.org/general/windows-config-lsass-exe.html

Foga Everywhere Claims It To Be A Windows App, But When I Didnt Block It From The Net, None Of My Internet Required Applications Worked. Vulnerability On a security note, this process is safe. See also: Link Amit Ganguly it reboots ur computer and disables the internet / network Jens it works depends and shut down the system at random Mathias Trolle Nielsen needs windows so i am not in a position to use net.

Good lord the incompetence is abundant. You stop the reboot process by typing "shutdown -a" from a command prompt. The file size is 176,640bytes (50% of all occurrences) or 218,112bytes. The service stores and uses long lived keys in a secure process complying with Common Criteria requirements.

Turn off your modem before you start up your computer to give you time without the shutdown box popping up and shutting you down! Arun C (Amrita) Keeps shutting down computer while on the net. Always have an antivirus running in the background. Farid sabotages Messenger restart in 60seconds error Matt Error messages containing lsass.exe indicate Sasser-worm.

anthony symantec associated the "sasser worm" with this Anthony Part of the Windows OP system Lisa As before has been mentioned, a completely innocent system process and a dangerous virus come Added by the RATSOU.B TROJAN! To prevent this problem, download and install the KB835732 patch from the microsoft security bulletin MS04-011 page, & enable the firewall in your network connections. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2550044 the L one is safe.

The problem (for the OS file) is to let him outbound to internet or not... Anti-virus programs should now fix problems caused by Sasser Maccam94 OS file in Windows XP/2000 as long it is localized in /system32... period, process closed by NT/Authority it's still giving me trouble I have Avast! It is highly recommended that you run a FREE performance scan to automatically optimize memory, CPU and Internet settings.

  1. I was infected with the sasser virus, and I deleted lsass.exe to try and fix the problem.
  2. However, the good news is: it is nothing that antivirus doesn't handle.
  3. Mostly you do not need to reboot.
  4. This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using cleanmgr and sfc /scannow, uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using msconfig) and enabling

You have to download the patch from microsoft to fix it. http://www.file.net/process/lsass.exe.html Masud It constantly uses the 500 UDP port,, could anyone please tell me if this behavior is correct? Obviously a case of looking into the cures posted. It is a windows system file.

its "unexpectedly terminating", and shutting the comp down God Cheese` This FIlename is used by some virus & due to this the system shutdown rapidly and also no network path is I update my computer every day and have all the service packs installed. The program is not visible. bob heinbokel everytime i start my ie, my computer shut down in 55 sec.

then run it and the computer wont shut down Josh shutdown randomly(winXP&win2k) - 'windows\system32\isass.exe' terminated unexpectedly with status code-1073741819 -just need to update ie n run windows update atokfly If you Then after 60secs, it will reboot my Pc. this will give u time to work on it AB It affect logon G Patterson It's really dangerous when is infected 101 random shut down. alfred It is a virus or trojan or whatever it is, it must be annoying!

before reformating a networked pc... The lsass.exe (L not an i) file included with Microsoft Windows is not spyware, a trojan, or a virus. I am using Win 2003 server, someone suggested me to go into COMMAND mode Use command "SHUTDOWN -i " and set the time = "99999" but I found out the "OK"

If you do not have a firewall or are not sure and have Windows XP you can always enable the firewall installed with Windows XP.

Therefore a restart is initiated by Lsass process. this should be either updated or deleted using a virus scan or an advanced spyware scan. which looks the same. It is responsible for the enforcement of the security policy within the operating system.

You should see a brief window appear and disappear. Never come across this before in older Windows. So be carefull. :-) Ownsya there is a difference between Lsass.exe and Isass.exe. There are malicious processes under the same name, sometimes you can tell if they're fake if they're under a user name other than SYSTEM.

This process is most likely a virus or trojan. Does the problem go away if you disconnect the Ethernet cable? "Protected storage" is exactly that, a secure area of memory that is protected by encryption and by the various controls This file is required by Windows and works just fine. I have six.

And when it says not responding, the thread is running. Cruel Device As has been said, the worm exploits a bug in lsass.exe that causes it to crash. If authentication is successful, Lsass generates the user's access token, which is used to launch the initial shell. It generates the process responsible for authenticating users for the Winlogon service.

explorer.exe) Recommended by: Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Site Map Copyright © Uniblue Systems Limited 2007. And about a second afterwards, system reboots without a chance to go into my desktop even to run the shutdown -a command which I've read stops the constant reboot :( So