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AxNTService Hostile ActiveX Control Information

Name: AxNTService
Category: Hostile ActiveX Control
Advice: Remove
Risk: Elevated Risk Elevated threats are usually threats that fall into the range of adware in which data about a user's habits are tracked and sent back to a server for analysis without your consent or knowledge.
Description: ActiveX control that enables applications to configure a Windows NT server remotely.

This ActiveX control interacts with Windows NT services on local or remote computers. It may start, stop, delete, create and configure services. Now network administrators can relax configuring services on remote servers while sitting in front of their own computers. The example project in Visual Basic implements service manager, which can configure services much more subtle than the original one, that may be found in Control Panel.

Type: Hostile ActiveX Control - A hostile ActiveX control is an application installed in Internet Explorer, usually by a drive-by-download. Once this application is installed it can run as a normal program on your computer, many times hidden to the user. In addition it has full access to your system and can download and install other applications as well.

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