server.exe - Is server.exe trojan, malware, or a virus?

what is server.exe?
Purpose of server.exe:



Process or task name:

Be sure to always double check your spelling if you are concerned about spyware, as often spyware will use a very similiar spelling of system processes or other common tasks. server.exe

File type:
Exe program - Files with an extension of "exe" are executable programs.

Purpose of this file:
Server.exe was most likely installed by you on your computer. The hard drive location for this file is also shown below so you can verify this is not spyware or virus related. Note that this is a common name which may be used by many different program names, as server.exe is just to common of a name to assume its just one program that uses this. This program (location shown below) is known as bitfrost and is a nasty virus. This also records kestrokes and logs other stuff on your pc, in addition to giving someone remote access. If you have this, you should take action immediately. You can read more about this also at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifrost_(trojan_horse) as it covers this trojan horse virus in detail. Visit server.exe for complete information on this task or process. If you would like help on other tasks or processes, you can view the entire process and task directory here.

What is the server.exe location, where is it stored on my computer?
C:\Program Files\Bifrost\server.exe is where this will be found on your hard drive.


Note on file and folder locations: Remember that although many files are always in default file locations, some files can easily be moved to different locations or change names like many virus, spyware, or malware do. If you suspect you have a virus or spyware, check to see if you see a similiar names stored elsewhere. It always helps to check your tasklist also to see what is currently running on your computer. You can always view the tasklist on your computer by pressing ctrl-alt-del to view your "task manager", and then click the "processes" tab. This will show you all tasks running on your computer. Dll files will NOT show on your computer tasklist, as dll files are actually part of other processes. You may see similiar program names running if spyware or adware is on your computer, for example, server.exe may be slightly misspelled to keep you from finding it, or spyware and adware may be named very similiar to a system file. Make sure always check the location of tasks or processes if you are concerned. server.exe can also be used by other programs or software, as there is no standard on software program names what companies choose.

  • Is server.exe spyware?
        No.

  • Is this considered adware or popup related?
        No.

  • Is this considered a virus or trojan?
        Yes.

  • Would you recommend that I remove server.exe?
        Yes, I would remove server.exe if it was on my computer. If you wish to do this, and you get an error message because you cannot access it, you should first terminate the task in your tasklist and then attempt to add it to your recycle bin again.

  • View All Tasks and Processes
    Server.exe was most likely installed by you on your computer. The hard drive location for this file is also shown below so you can verify this is not spyware or virus related. Note that this is a common name which may be used by many different program names, as server.exe is just to common of a name to assume its just one program that uses this. This program (location shown below) is known as bitfrost and is a nasty virus. This also records kestrokes and logs other stuff on your pc, in addition to giving someone remote access. If you have this, you should take action immediately. You can read more about this also at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bifrost_(trojan_horse) as it covers this trojan horse virus in detail. C:\Program Files\Bifrost\server.exe is where this will be found on your hard drive. Please feel free to check www.what-is-exe.com for any future lookups or updates, as this index is continually changing and expanding.