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is a process name from Windows operating system. But a process with this name is also added to the system as a result of the WOLLF.16 virus. It is a backdoor Trojan horse allows unauthorized remote access to an infected computer.
If you suspect you have more than one copy of this file, run your favorite antivirus to remove it ASAP.
Contributed by Lele.
Security risk is 8
Wininit.exe can also be a very important part of the Windows XP/Vista/7 operating system. It should be located in c:\$windir$\system32\ to be the benign system application. The file was created to allow uninstallers to run and process commands stored in the file WinInit.ini. This allows programs to take action while the computer is still booting up. In Windows 7 and Vista, it primarily acts as a launcher for the majority of the background applications that are always running.
Contributed by Jazharen.
Security risk is 0
NOTE: A malicious programmer can use any name for a process. This description is
valid as long as the process runnning in your computer isn't corrupted nor is a commond
process name placed in a different location. Please read more about this for your