What is JVM.DLL ?
The file named JVM.DLL is developed by Oracle corporation. The DLL file is digitally verified and signed by Oracle America incorporation. The valid signing authority is provided by Symantec Corporation. With proper assistance from the developer, the file is secured with updates and is not a threat. It has not been infected in the past. The threat level is 0.
JVM.DLL is located in C:\Program Files\java\jre1.8.0_66\bin\server\jvm.dll. The total size of the file is 8.4 megabytes. The latest version of the file is 8.0.660.18. The DLL file is used by the Java platform SE 8u66 and the Hotspot 64-bit server. It is confirmed to be a system process which should be running for Windows operating system to run efficiently.
Affected Platform: Windows 7, 8, 10
How to check if your computer is infected with JVM.DLL malware?
Each malware is different and causes unique problems to the system. You will notice one or several of the following symptoms if your system is infected with JVM.DLL malware:
- Internet connection fluctuates
- JVM.DLL file is taking more of your CPU memory
- System performance is very low
- Browser is redirected to some strange websites
- Interference of annoying popup ads
- Other malwares infiltrate into the system
To further establish the malware infection, take the following steps:
- Go to Task Manager by pressing the combination of keys ctrl+alt+del
- Go to the process tab and right-click on the JVM.DLL and open the file location
If the file is located outside C:\Windows\System32, then it is likely that the system is affected with JVM.DLL malware.
How to remove JVM.DLL malware from system using Comodo Antivirus?
Ideally, replacing the existing JVM.DLL file on your computer with a different version procured from the internet is advisable. To remove the file using Comodo's trusted and effective antivirus software, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Download the award-winning Comodo Antivirus.
Step 2: Installation configuration frames will be displayed. Select the configuration you would like to apply.
Step 3: Select Customize Configuration option and arrange installers, configuration, and file location.
Step 4: Once the Installation is Finished, restart your PC.
Step 5: It will take some time for the Comodo Internet Security to update the antivirus.
Step 6: Proceed with a quick scan that automatically begins after the update.
Step 7: If threats are found during the scanning, you will be prompted with an alert screen.
Step 8: Comodo Antivirus will remove JVM.DLL malware from your computer including all other malwares!
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