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The original iumsvc.exe file is a software component of Intel Corporation’s Intel Services Manager.
The process called “iumsvc.exe” is called both Intel Services Manager and Intel Update Manager. It automatically notifies the user when new software updates are available on Intel servers. It must be located in “C:\Program files\Intel\Intel® Update Manager\bin\bin\”; if it is located in “C:\Windows” or its subfolder “\System32”, it may be a hidden malware. The Windows Task Scheduler configures an automatic start task to run the Connection Update Manager and another that runs daily. If the task scheduler has a’414′ error, the process may be missing. It can be deleted by executing a command prompt as administrator and typing:’sc delete “iumsvc”‘. It can be disabled from the command prompt with’sc stop “iumsvc” and’sc config “iumsvc” start=disabled’. Intel Corporation, the world’s largest and best-rated semiconductor manufacturer, encourages innovation by “pushing the boundaries of smart, networked technologies”.
What is Intel Update Manager?
Intel Update Manager for Windows Setup is a software update application that helps Microsoft Windows* 7 users migrate their Intel software applications to Microsoft Windows 8*. Intel Update Manager for Windows can be installed on a Windows 8 computer that has been upgraded from Windows 7, and all data and applications have been backed up during the operational upgrade. The user must have administrator rights on the PC to update the software.
Is iumsvc.exe safe?
As explained above, the true Iumsvc executable should not be considered a security threat. However, some malware with concealment functions are known to hide as executable files with extended privileges to prevent them from being detected by security scanners.
To ensure that this is not the case, we ask you to perform a series of checks to determine whether the executable you are using is authentic or not.
First of all, you must look for evidence for the parental application. If you are using Intel drivers (for example, Intel Update Manager or a similar utility signed by Intel), you may be using the original iumsvc.exe file.
But if you don’t use Intel software, there’s no reason to detect an active iumsvc.exe service (unless it’s a residual file).
If this initial investigation raised some suspicions, you should look at the location of the iumsvc.exe file you see in the Task Manager. To do this, press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open a Task Manager window.
Once there, select the Process tab in the horizontal menu, then scroll down to the list of background processes and search for the iumsvc.exe file. Once you have seen it, right-click it and select Open File Location from the new context menu that appears.
If the revealed location differs from C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Update Manager\bin\ or C:\Program Files\Intel\Intel(R) Update Manager\bin\ and you have not installed Intel Utility in a custom location, there is a high probability that you are dealing with a malicious executable file.
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