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btw even the mightiest AV didn't catch it like AVIRA, AVG, Super Anti Spyware and Malware Bytes you have to remove it manually Navigate to \AppData\Roaming\Steam\Reversed. You are also free to create and play your own levels locally if you don't feel like sharing. More money is good for his business #9 paul yazbeck likes this. Even when idle, you'll see spikes around 90-95% in GPU usage. http://mmonoplayer.com/general/steam-api-dll.html

If a "non-Microsoft" .exe file is located in the C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32 folder, then there is a high risk for a virus, spyware, trojan or worm infection! That's pretty much it. It is a Verisign signed file. but when i stopped the steam.exe task (task manager) it seemed to have resolved the problem.

The program is loaded during the Windows boot process (see Registry key: Run, MACHINE\Run, User Shell Folders, DEFAULT\Run). The thing that has me confused is that I'm not supposed to delete the steam.exe file, but when I go into my steam folder, I can't see anything that calls itself i opened the task manager and started killing processes while monitering the msi kombuster, the usage returned to 0% when i killed steam.exe, i dont recall having steam, i didn't find Edit: It also stores itself in System32/Tasks folder.

Run Security Task Manager to check your Steam process 2. moe2244 Level: Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 14, 2015 moe2244, Feb 14, 2015 : Rodav said: ↑ this is old news and those are really not the "mightiest" anti virus available. Is there a known Steam.exe error? IcemanGJ People who put as Very Dangerous are either reporting the wrong Steam.exe or are just retarded.

Firzen777 steam.exe is the program for games like Counter-Strike and Day of Defeat that the game won't start without. Please forgive me for being stupid here, but which "Steam" in the steam folder is the right one?? But rather worth it. just thought about sharing.

I have bought 400$ worth of games from Valve and Steam. btw my electricity bill was higher these past months, i keep my pc powered all night downloading torrents, turns out i was helping that hacker in minning too.. I disabled my Ad-blocker Microsoft PartnerSilver Application Development file.net Deutsch Home Files Software News Contact What is Steam.exe? If you can't find windows directory try the following: Open Windows Start menu and select "Run...".

That's pretty much it. Stay logged in Sign up now! Type CMD and press Enter (or if you use Windows ME, type COMMAND) Type %WINDIR% and press Enter.Other versions of this file:steam (2).dll 2.0.0.0 26.09.2003steam (2).dll 2.0.0.0 05.06.2010steam (2).dll 2.0.0.0 17.05.2009steam By default, this is: Windows 95/98/Me - C:\Windows\System Windows NT/2000 - C:\WINNT\System32 Windows XP, Vista, 7 - C:\Windows\System32 If you use a 64-bit version of Windows, you should also copy steam.exe

If not open any windows folder (My Computer) and go to Tools > Folder Options > then the View tab. See also: Link Ashengrad Very Dangerous, software that has invaded plenty of gamers computers posing as the popular game sharing program Steam, Users that are infected usually see a .exe after Privacy Policy | Legal | Steam Subscriber Agreement | Refunds STORE Featured Explore Curators Wishlist News Stats COMMUNITY Home Discussions Workshop Greenlight Market Broadcasts ABOUT SUPPORT Install Steam login | language If you don't have extensions viewable, yes, that's all it will say having the Steam icon next to it although there will be two of them, if you don't have extensions

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  2. also a gateway to your computer for trojans etc James It cannot be deleted and causes slowdown on over java applets, never install it, i have had two different computers which
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  5. EDIT: its not for Steam, it just disguise in its name.

Steam.exe is able to monitor applications and record keyboard and mouse inputs. The thing that has me confused is that I'm not supposed to delete the steam.exe file, but when I go into my steam folder, I can't see anything that calls itself doesnt register with avs as virus or malware, not part of valves steam. uninstalling would result in hours of re downloading.

When not playing the Valve/Steam games, I recomend closing it. Games like Half-Life 2, Counter-Strike and even non-Valve games like DOOM 2 and BioShock are available through Steam. EDIT: its not for Steam, it just disguise in its name.

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It's safe. Steam is a program that allows your computer to connect to the internet to play games associated with Half-Life. btw even the mightiest AV didn't catch it like AVIRA, AVG, Super Anti Spyware and Malware Bytes you have to remove it manually Navigate to \AppData\Roaming\Steam\Reversed. It was the one I suspected all along (but I certainly didn't want to delete the wrong one!) I'm new to the Steam forums; does +rep work here?

nothing dangerous whatsoever. That was indeed the problem! Cheers, Two Man Army Games 1 comments Read more About This Game .EXE is a platformer/rogue-lite game set inside the very computer you once had. All rights reserved.

i opened the task manager and started killing processes while monitering the msi kombuster, the usage returned to 0% when i killed steam.exe, i dont recall having steam, i didn't find The main steam folder is (by default) "c:\windows\programfiles\steam" steam.exe should be in there F4tal3rror View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by F4tal3rror Find Threads by F4tal3rror 12-22-2010, 04:04 Last edited by ♤ FeArSoFLoVE ♤; 10 Jun, 2015 @ 7:27pm #1 fahad_k91 View Profile View Posts 11 Jun, 2015 @ 6:57am so i can save games in D ? There is no information about the author of the file.

It is made by Valve. The platform also has social capabilities much like Facebook or Twitter, but also keeping far away from a direct copy of the two. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PCWorld. It doesn't appear in msconfig as far as I can tell, so you'll have to manually remove it from the directory.

It is a Verisign signed file.