Well, the beauty of the GLFF system is, if people are taking for freakin' ever to get going, you can drop out. DLETE any other copy or occurance of it (except it may be in i386 folder if that is still on your computer after an XP installation). I use Zone Alarm, and don't run the program. thank you all for your knowledgable assistance. have a peek here
How to fix alg.exe related problems? 1. Win XP PRO SuM Beach66 I could not find any suspicous files in any of my 4 spyware scanners while alg.exe was running so I don't think that there is anything very tricky. Alex Gamboa this damn process ..
Renokan it loads with outpost, as it was told on this site See also: Link NickiSpeaki Has to do with the Internet Connection Firewall, but about 5 minutes after I enabled Dan It appears to bring stability back into my system by disabling/stopping it. However, if you are using 'firewall' software other than WINDOWS FIREWALL (i.e a product you purchased online such as F-SECURE or ZONE ALARM), then you should NOT terminate ALG.EXE as it RLS0812 Before the installation of Service Pack 2, this service was required for use with the Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing * service.
If you use ICS leave it running otherwise kill it. Rose Application Layer Gateway is all I know. Reply With Quote Mar 27 2014,12:18 AM #14 Lilith_666 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Sep 2010 Location IN Posts 54 Originally Posted by trancejeremy And that Pissed Off If you have picked up spyware there's a good chance your alg.exe has been changed to a trojan downloader disable in if it trys to FTP out to IP
anyhow, things work fine and so far my machine hasn't pegged for the first time in an hour! I did not experience any malware problems before deleting/disabling it so I do not believe it was malware related in my case. like any other windows file, not dangerous in case you keep your windows updated. after removing them the PC runs nicely for the first time in months.
Like explorer.exe don't be fooled, do your research about it and dig around your system. Maybe it is not compatible with some other applications running in the background. ps i have killed nail by hand so i know the man who don't trust pros i found this along with other trojan related processes...i can vouch for what someone said Seriously just get into GLFF and ask if anyone is interested.
marginal If you have a firewall you can turn ALG off in the "services.msc" in the run command. http://softsystechnologies.com/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-log-malware-help-request-hotsearchbar.html Hamilton trojan horse Agent2.ADKG adrian This process bumps my CPU up to 100% every time I kick off IE- but is it required for home networking (shared folder & printes) Joe My advice...if you see it as your top process start tcpdumping the traffic from that machine, even if it's the legit alg.exe, at best something is pestering that station's firewall Another Eugene F.
Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? See also: Link dROSE same as listed originally, If your behind a firewall router, you dont need this exe taking up cpu cycles. I haven't done any grouping in DDO (don't play much), but I will definitely have to give it a try. Check This Out Do not scan yet.
it disabled my virus scan's internet filter. Your cache administrator is webmaster. maintain good antivirus ( this means updating more then once a year :) ) use a good malware detector periodically ( i wont mention names as that seems to open can
IT is known for its unique ability to reconfig your regestry...HS.Hack.34 McAfee Virus Tech It is used by windows XP firewall... Sam This file is a threat to democracy and the American way See also: Link Joe Citizen It's a system Process... Mike ZA traps alg.exe trying to FTP out to an IP (example: 188.8.131.52). Premium Internal Rating: Category:Remove a Malware / Virus Solution Id:1057839 Feedback Did this article help you?
Microsoft thought it would be smart to keep it running instead of simply invoking it when needed. Reply With Quote Mar 26 2014,03:26 PM #5 Night_Watchman View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Rohirrim Scout Join Date Apr 2007 Location East Canada Posts 39 Originally Posted by frickinmuck CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). this contact form Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of 39 Thread: Instance Finder: Yay or Nay?
Now it's gone and will never run again. Sn0WDr4gon Application Layer Gateway service is a component of Windows OS Someone the original purpose is 1 of 2 things.... He’s not sure how much time is being spent on instance finder for U13. See also: Link Tomg802 The darn wast of RAM isn;t needed for 3rd party firewalls.
When I came back my sandwich was gone! I don't know what server you're on, but on the servers I play on, GLFF is used for grouping all the time.