Filename ccApp.exe is a part of anti-virus software from Symantec company. It doesn’t directly interact with the user, but provides all essential features and is responsible for loading different components of the programs, mentioned above, and for monitoring the activity of loaded components. Do not terminate or disable ccapp.exe process under any circumstances. Killing it will crash the security-related program and will leave your system vulnerable to various viruses, trojans, Internet worms, unathorized remote connections and other network attacks and local threats. From Symantec: “ccApp.exe is the common hosting application that is used for both NAV and NIS. It loads for each user that logs on to Windows 2000/XP. For Windows 98/Me, the application only loads once. ccApp is responsible for calling the different program features of NAV and NIS. For example, in NAV, if Auto-Protect and Email Scanning are enabled, then ccApp makes sure that those programs are running. If ccApp is disabled, then, Auto-Protect and Email Scanning will not run.”ccApp.exe comes with Norton Anti-virus 2003 and Norton Internet Security 2003. File is located in the folder “C:Program FilesCommon FilesSymantec Shared”. Presence of file ccapp.exe in your system means that your computer is infected with Reatle. Presence of file ccapp.exe in your system means that your computer is infected with SystemProcess.
Different security software includes different virus database. If you didn’t succeed in finding malware with Reimage, try running alternative scan with Malwarebytes.
Different security software includes different virus database. If you didn’t succeed in finding malware with Reimage, try running alternative scan with Combo Cleaner.