Is aniserv.exe virus or not? And how to recognize it

How to recognize if there is a virus or security threat in your XP, Vista or Windows7 process named aniserv.exe

aniserv.exe: First of all, think about origin of your aniserv.exe. If you got it from manufacturer (CD, manufacturer's website), the risk is relativelly low. If you downloaded aniserv.exe from untrusted, anonymous or hackers website, the risk is high. We have no evidence if aniserv.exe contains virus. Also, if your computer is already infected, some viruses CAN infect other executables, including 'innocent' ones. If you're in doubts, follow this guide:

1) always use good antivirus program and check your file with it.
2) If you want an extra security, try to check any particular file with multi-antivirus scanners, like - those free services will scan the file you upload with tens of antiviruses.
3) Also, check the file size and/or version with the list here - if the usage of your version is too low, it is suspicious.

You can be also interested in: , how to solve typical problems with aniserv.exe error (or more specific aniserv.exe application error) Removal guide: how to remove aniserv.exe. Solve problems with aniserv.exe not responding. Typical Windows message: aniserv.exe high cpu. How to handle damaged file: aniserv.exe is corrupted.

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aniserv.exe virusSecurity risk rating: N/A

Note: The security risk rating is based on user's opinions. This is not our recommendation or adwice any way. Please use your own mind and think twice :-)
Trojan and malware info: N/A
Typical errors: File not found, An error occured in file, Not responding, Application Error 0x , Howto delete, stop, run, remove and find the file...

- N/A is an abbreviation for "Not available". That means that now we have no information if this process is harmful or not.
- There is almost unlimited numbers of messages that should appear while you're running the software. We selected only the typical ones here

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N/A AC645B75 1. 0. 0. 1 143360 B
N/A BFEB772F 1. 0. 0. 1 143360 B

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