How to Remove “corelpp.exe”

What is corelpp.exe?

corelpp.exe is a legitimate file. This process is known as Corel Photo-Paint. It belongs to Corel Photo-Paint and was developed by Corel Corporation. It is commonly stored in C:\Windows\System32.

Malware programmers or cybercriminals write different types of malicious programs and name them as corelpp.exe to spread virus.

Affected Platforms: Windows OS

How to determine if your computer is infected with corelpp.exe malware?

Look out for these symptoms to check if your PC is infected with corelpp.exe malware:

  • Unstable internet connection
  • corelpp.exe occupies extra CPU space
  • PC processing speed slows down
  • Browser often redirects to irrelevant websites
  • Browser is bombarded with hordes of popup ads
  • Computer screen freezes repeatedly

Take the following steps to diagnose your PC for possible corelpp.exe malware attack:

Step 1: Simultaneously press CTRL+ALT+DEL keys to open Task Manager.

Step 2: If you notice the file located outside C:\Windows\System32, perform an antivirus scan to get rid of the malware.

How to remove corelpp.exe malware from system using Comodo Antivirus?

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Step 7: If threats are found during the scanning, you will be notified through an alert screen.

Step 8: Comodo Antivirus will remove corelpp.exe malware from your computer including all other malwares!

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Malware Entries

First Seen: 25 June 2008 at 8:16 am
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Malware
Name
Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
Malware Behavior
1 Corel Corporation Executable 7b99bc14ec8a6aa8
9c70e371973b2c65
6c8e94e1
7761e95797618283
50d394e9e3e52649
Virus.Win32.
Sality.gen
No 13.0.0.739 13.0.0.739 Thailand N/A
2 Corel Corporation Executable cbd9d7496f7af24c
3897c44ebea46292
d5426391
870f8216d9355cf9
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Virus.Win32.
Sality.gen
No 12.0.0.458 12.0.0.458 Vietnam N/A
3 Corel Corporation Executable 9f5b64ad4a01f804
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03ddc1d7
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Virus.Win32.
Sality.gen
No 14.0.0.567 14.0.0.567 Philippines N/A
4 Corel Corporation Executable f73a6a79701a8066
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Virus.Win32.
Expiro.nw
No 14.0.0.701 14.0.0.701 Russian Federation N/A
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Safe Entries

First Seen: 11 June 2008 at 8:09 am
No. Company File Type SHA1 MD5 Digitally
Signed
File
Version
Product
Version
Submitted
From
1 Corel Corporation Executable 0e4a2a6016b6c50d
1f3a8a20ae07c325
62adb140
ece109b9bdfcf7a9
8dc0f9f4cff6b6ac
Yes 16.1.0.843 16.1.0.843 10.224.1.58/32
2 Corel Corporation Executable 07ef4341b3d2cbc1
0de77484048edddd
e66913fd
faa52b525475ff31
9d44bc086426b28b
No 13.0.0.576 13.0.0.576 Vietnam
3 Corel Corporation Executable 3b6856319265c589
2afb908258dfe2d5
0f7542dc
17480b81ac1b8f3b
c4bacd6a2a79c0ff
No 12.0.0.458 12.0.0.458 Russian Federation
4 Corel Corporation Executable d921f1648e968867
adec2b23466011d3
c21c8e66
7e791688680bce84
324cf4b0fb190349
Yes 13.0.0.739 13.0.0.739 Australia
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