According to the description of EgisUpdate Release Application, Egisupdate.exe is a process file from company Egis Technology Inc. belonging to product EgisTec In-Product Service.
But when you press Ctrl+ Alt+Delete key at the same time and find the Egisupdate.exe keeps being on your computer’s process, you should be alert, for it is possible to be virus/spyware.
There are some methods for you to judge whether your computer is safe.
Method 1: when you just boot your computer and then you perform these steps: click Start -> click Run -> type cmd and then press Enter key -> type netstat –an and then press Enter key -> if you find there are external IP connections established in your computer, it means your computer is likely not safe now.
Method 2: you can do the following steps to check whether your computer has hidden accounts: (take Windows Xp as an example) Click Start -> Click Run -> Type regedit.exe and then press Enter key -> Locate on HKEY_LOCAL_MAICHINE\SAM\SAM\Domains\account\user\names\ and check whether there is hidden accounts except all accounts created by you. If you find accounts which are not created by you, it means your computer has been infected by viruses/spywares.
Hope the information will work for you. If your computer has been infected by any virus/spyware, welcome to contact Tee Support for 24/7 online remote tech support.
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