How to Remove “StatusClient.exe”

What is StatusClient.exe?

StatusClient.exe is a legitimate file process developed by Hewlett-Packard. This process is known as Hewlett-Packard T-TR Status Client and it belongs to Hewlett-Packard T-TR Status Client. You can locate the file in C:\Program Files.

The virus is created by malware authors and is named after StatusClient.exe file.

Affected Platform: Windows OS

How to check if your computer is infected with StatusClient.exe malware?

Keep an eye for the following symptoms to check if your PC is infected with StatusClient.exe malware:

  • Unstable internet connection
  • Browser redirects to unwanted websites
  • PC performance slows down
  • Browser is bombarded with hordes of popup ads
  • System screen freezes repeatedly

If you find any of the above mentioned symptoms, take the following steps to be sure about the malware infection:

1) Press CTRL+ALT+DEL keys to open Task Manager.

2) Go to the process tab and right-click on the StatusClient.exe file and open its location.

If the file is located outside C:\Program Files, then you should take measures to get rid of the malware.

How to remove StatusClient.exe malware from system with Comodo Cleaning Essentials?

Comodo Cleaning Essentials (CCE) incorporates antivirus software with unique features like auto-sandboxing to identify and obstruct every suspicious process running on an endpoint with a single click. To remove StatusClient.exe malware using CCE, follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1: Download the CCE suite.

Step 2: To start the application, double-click on the CCE.exe file.

Step 3: It then probes the antivirus to initiate a full system scan to identify and remove any existing malicious files.

Step 4: If threats are found during the scanning, you will be prompted with an alert screen.

Step 5: Comodo Cleaning Essentials will remove StatusClient.exe malware from your computer including all other malwares!

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Malware Entries

First Seen: 08 April 2009 at 11:11 am
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Malware
Name
Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
Malware Behavior
1 N/A Executable 04fe02406531416b
e869caa522600d19
b8488fdc
7d7bba60ac067c4e
85fa1d07e9386738
Win32.Neshta
.A
No N/A N/A Russian Federation N/A
2 Hewlett-Packard Executable 4af2e946bec207ec
569a69df3079824d
e578ceeb
800ccbbef59d144a
d3140fdc4a674e5e
Virus.Win32.
Sality.gen
No 〰⸠〰
〰⸠〰
Cameroon N/A
3 Hewlett-Packard Executable c141671196638d6e
a6c3501aab2d0338
b1da6823
6a8feaea0ef8b49f
019107b162605a60
Virus.Win32.
Sality.gen
No 00.00.13 00.00.13 India N/A
4 HP Executable 2871c359d7c3b265
9eebc0b494dcda50
0fd2f4b9
00926c0462ebabb7
a28aee183bc7a49b
TrojWare.Win
32.Patched.P
No 2, 6, 0, 1 2, 6, 0, 1 Brazil N/A
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Safe Entries

First Seen: 04 June 2008 at 4:59 pm
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
1 Hewlett-Packard Executable e7d6e19df6a5e5ae
c24f280ba027526b
5f75f383
a0908174be21859a
5f1da494d0ef8578
No 00.00.13 00.00.13 Egypt
2 Hewlett-Packard Executable 0b34e10c009fceaf
be37d619eb96e8eb
61a34566
d6e32f50ccc40a0d
cd4fbd9473382eae
No 00.00.13 00.00.13 United Kingdom
3 Hewlett-Packard Executable 0b34e10c009fceaf
be37d619eb96e8eb
61a34566
d6e32f50ccc40a0d
cd4fbd9473382eae
No 00.00.13 00.00.13 United States
4 Hewlett-Packard Executable 0b34e10c009fceaf
be37d619eb96e8eb
61a34566
d6e32f50ccc40a0d
cd4fbd9473382eae
No 00.00.13 00.00.13 Spain
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