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Process name: Symantec Service Framework or Symantec Lic NetConnect service
Product name: Symantec Security Technologies or Symantec Event Manager, Symantec Settings Manager, Symantec Lic NetConnect service, LiveUpdate Not... or Symantec Lic NetConnect service or Symantec Event Manager, Symantec Settings Manager, Symantec Lic NetConnect servic
Made by company: Symantec Corporation
File: ccsvchst.exe
File size: 108,648 bytes
Common file location: C:\Program FilesCommon Files
Danger Rating: 30% [Harmless]

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Visitor Comments About ccsvchst.exe
CcSvcHst.exe causes very high CPU usage, but (according to Symantec support) cant be disabled without complete uninstall, their Norton Removal Tool and Norton Remove and Reinstall Tool both fail to uninstall their application.
Just runs the cpu at almost 100% and pc shuts down, dont know how to get rid of it. very frustrating!
Certificate is expired, cant delete, not allowed access,even as admin. cant quarantine. cant stop process. cprogramfilesx86nortoninternetsecurityengine18.0.0.1.28ccsvchst.exe*86, countersignatures disappear on clicking. Nearly entire folder is expired verisign cert.
It uses a lot of Memory, never a problem with it, until Norton was installed?
It continiously produces hard disk activity - perhaps some kind of background scanning oder defrag process
It have turned my norton internet security 2010 off cant do anything help me
Just installed Norton and downloading update, than ccSvcHst use high % of CPU(ther are two copies of ccSvcHst.exe in the resources monitor), everything became very slow, open windowsbrowser very slow even mouse movement also slow. Once i start security Task Monitor, Norton finished update and ccSvcHst.exe disapear. Dont know whether it is Nortons process or malware process.
Norton Support staff confirmed to me it is part of their AntivirusSecurity suite. But they refuse to say what it does when you ask them. They just repeat that its part of NAV. They fiddled ineffectually with my PC by remote for more than 1 hour and achieved precisely nothing. It was clear that they were just clicking on settings to make it look like they were doing something. But they clearly dont have a clue how to fix the 100% CPU problem. If they cant fix it then probably no one can. Ridiculous that this has been causing problems for people for YEARS and YEARS but they do nothing!
Part of NIS. Very processor and memory hungry, and blocks users(even SYSTEM and Admin) from ending it. Annoying.
Yo estoy convencido que es dangerous and inneccesary
It is a Norton resource eater. It can be slowed down with the Freeware Process Tamer
Appears to be a Symantec security engine for Norton Utilities
Component of Norton Internet Security (file in C:Program Files, other locations = Malware!)
Nortons is CPu & resource hungry overpriced and un user friendly.
Its a norton360 file but there is an extension in tjhe windows prefetch folder but of 74K not 573K. It takes a window during shutdown and a few secs to terminate
Is been freezing our servers ..very frustrating
Only that my computer is almost LOCKED many times; at start & MSN email; when rebooting it comes up as an error that can not END
This file has been using 99% of my cpu. When norton is run, my comp gets reset. I think this file has something to do with it.

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