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karenchi
post 28.01.2011 23:19
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MPMINISIGSTUB.EXE Application Control Application placed in group Trusted Signed by the digital signature of entrusted manufacturers


When I scanned my computer today, the above had a yellow triangle beside it. Does anyone know what this is: MPMINISIGSTUB.EXE

If it's bad, how do I find it and get rid of it. I could not find this when I looked in my application control file.

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Lucian Bara
post 29.01.2011 00:47
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hello
where is the file located, in which folder? Microsoft has an application by that name.
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post 29.01.2011 00:52
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QUOTE(karenchi @ 28.01.2011 22:19) *
MPMINISIGSTUB.EXE Application Control Application placed in group Trusted Signed by the digital signature of entrusted manufacturers
When I scanned my computer today, the above had a yellow triangle beside it. Does anyone know what this is: MPMINISIGSTUB.EXE

If it's bad, how do I find it and get rid of it. I could not find this when I looked in my application control file.

Thanks
Karen


Hi....Do you have Microsoft Security Essentials on you computer as you shouldn't have
because there would be conflicts with Kaspersky.

Product Name Microsoft Antimalware Signatures
Product Version 2.0.1015.0
File Version 2.0.1015.0
Copyright © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Internal Name MpMiniSigStub.exe
Original Name MpMiniSigStub.exe
Description Microsoft Antimalware Signature Redirector

http://www.online-armor.com/oasis2/file/mi...tub_exe/2902625

http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums...de-1f9e5671a338
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arrigob
post 25.10.2011 22:32
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Where you running windows updates? When I use Windows Updates to update definitions for Windows Defender, I get the same message you have been seeing.
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post 2.10.2013 13:52
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I noticed this same file appear on one of my external drives this morning. Two folders appeared, one empty, which I deleted. I did do a definitions update this morning but can't find it to remove it if that was the cause. I also found this when researching it which may be useful: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...AllReplies#tabs

I have no idea if the latest security update had anything to do with the file's appearance, but on checking 'task manager' I couldn't find it listed, so it doesn't appear to be running. As this is a hidden application how does one remove it?

//edit: Not a Kaspersky related issue. This ancient off-topic thread is amicably closed.

This post has been edited by richbuff: 3.10.2013 08:35
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