perl.exe oracle.exe and java.exe

perl.exe oracle.exe and java.exe

Post by Jack » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 19:13:28


I've got these processes on the subject line (task manager).
Aren't they really wield?
because java.exe and perl.exe don't have to be resident all the time. But
those processes are occupying 10M to 100MB of my RAM? Any comments are
welcome..
Are they just trojans or viruses?
Thanks
Jack
 
 
 

perl.exe oracle.exe and java.exe

Post by Jack » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 19:49:39

Now that they are shrinking to extremely small.
80K for PowerISO? 70% of my program go below 100K? Some registries are
called "Location Awareness" what are they?
Thanks
Jack

 
 
 

perl.exe oracle.exe and java.exe

Post by AlmostBo » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 23:10:19


DON'T mess with it.
DON'T mess with it.
DON'T mess with it.
Stop looking at it
Stop thinking about it
let your AV decide whether there is inappropriate programs
Anything you do will cause problems

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perl.exe oracle.exe and java.exe

Post by Jack » Wed, 09 Jul 2008 23:56:01

> DON'T mess with it.

Thanks buddy
Jack
 
 
 

perl.exe oracle.exe and java.exe

Post by Big_A » Thu, 10 Jul 2008 00:02:48


Java is for web pages.
Perl is a script language program.
Oracle is a database program.

All are valid programs that can run on a pc and are no trojans or
viruses.

That said I also should say that any .exe can be infected. So if you
have AV software and are not getting alarming notices, your fine.