What Is Ccapps.exe
AntDude This program kept writing to my hard disk every 4 or 5 minutes and kept my defrag program from executing. Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Best Tech Reviews Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Latest Deals although it does its job and protects your computer, its no longer worth using it cos it runs soo slow.., meh *clicks uninstall chris Part of Norton Personal Firewall. Ryan Tries to connect to 126.96.36.199's POP3 port.
Potus I know it's something for Norton antivirus, but that's about it. Michael ccApp.exe is from Norton Internet security/antivirus. Shippou ccApp.exe is a file used by Norton Antivirus and Norton Internet Security. It registers with the OS to recieve info about anything from opening files to sending an e-mail to accessing a web site. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/ccapp.exe.html
Junlin the problem with the cpu spiking to 90+% seems to only occur when I had windows firewall turned on in addition to norton. Perhaps I am just lucky! Also, ccapp crashes when Antivirus or the Firewall go to so LiveUpdate to get their virus definitions or when any other scheduled program goes out to the Internet (such as Microsoft
See also: Link Link Jason it uses a lot of my virtual memory Part of NAV so I turned it on.. ash This file is in auto protect of Norton. Any thoughts on that particular issue would be most welcome. Takes me ages to send and receive and is always causing MS Outlook express to hang.
It sometimes causes my computer to be slow to shut down though. (I sometimes get the "ending program" dialogue, and that is the process that needs to be ended 90% of purdon To stop your PC's from saying "End Now" each time you log of, just disable the floppy drive controller if you dont have one. Now it crashes daily causing me to reboot It prevents me from running several of my games. http://www.file.net/process/ccapp.exe.html plusaf Central to functioning of Norton AntiVirus, Personal Firewall, Internet Security.
Jennifer Heydt as you will have gathered from the above it is part of norton antivirus - it is crap - only use corporate symantec products Mark Hi, solved the CCAPP.EXE CCAPP.EXE is probably the most annyoing problem I have ever encountered. once again, Symantec crapware strikes again! This means that ccApp loads whenever a user logs on.
Eveline Just caused my computer to jam up in a big way. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/startups/ccApps.exe-12762.html See also: Link RVPARKMGR This app needs to be slapped with a wet kipper. Spybot says it's a worm. Might go for something other than NAV.
Definately hangs up the machine in the morning, but tends to taper off during the day. hedgehog1 MicroSoft Spyware hotline advised this is a necesary file and should be allowe to connect to Symantec Woodrow It belongs with norton.If you have Norton AV it needs to run It just renders your computer useless, so useless that if you had a virus you wouldn't know it. However, the next day I checked xp firewall and it showed it was off!
If I try and close cCapp from there, the computer just freezes - some clunking goes on inside and the light on the floppy drive flashes?! See also: Link ccapp.exe seizes my machine during email download about 50% of the time Jeffrey Lamkin It's Associated with Norton AV2004 and Norton Internet Security Why rnaapp.exe started by ccapp.exe doesn't give any respons all these complains Uninstalling/Reinstalling Norton Internet Security should fix the ccApp failure at shut down problem RichInNJ It tried to access a game of mine, then crashed Naturally, if a program is protecting your computer from incoming viruses, it is going to use some memory and bandwidth during it's scans.
Not to mention that it slows my xp down soo much. See also: Link gem takes up 99 percent of my cpu slows down everything Amy Vulk i think that this file slowdowns the computer...... I will never spend a penny more on anything Norton.
Uninstalling and reinstalling NIS completely solved the problem.
I suggest doing something many others have suggested, which is to turn off all mail applications and switch the outgoing mail protector off. Fixed my problem so there a good chance that will fix yours Ken Agreed with bluejay. Rob Yes it's required for Norton, but it uses sooo much memory sooo often it brings the computor to a halt! Norm I put the process to a low priority so that my other applications can run.
I would just like to shut the computer down and walk away knowing that it will turn off or turn it on and come back with the computer fully on, John Uses 99% of the CPU power for some stupid ass memory leak or loop. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. During log off and shut down it always hangs and has to be closed manually.
If you have norton ,you need this for the mail scanning. Jack I has a trial version of NIS which ran out and CCAPP still runs, using 99% cpu and it seems to be slowing my pc down alot! Double click on the Auto-Protect option in the Norton Antivirus Options dialog box that appears on your screen. Hope this helps you too.
Must end task to unfreeze start button. Russ Makes defragmentation by windows disc defragmentor impossible due intermittent disk writing. Sisu from Finland part of norton antivirus ddu1611 This makes sending receiving mail a nightmare. Ben the is for Norton Anti Virus.
you will find it in (win98) c:program files See also: Link stevelock Norton Scanner for incoming/outgoing email and attachments. William It conflicts with a number of MS applications and Operating System programs (MS-XP). If in doubt, don't do anything. Internet freezes and slows whole comp down...
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