|Vendor: First 4|
|Vendor Website: http://blog.sonymusic.com/sonybmg/archives/111505.html|
|Last Seen by PC Pitstop: No Data|
Purpose: $sys$DRMServer.exe - Part of the XCP software used along with Sony's Digital Rights Management (DRM) that was originally concealed using a rootkit. We recommend removing this software and exchanging any affected CDs for ones without DRM. For more information see PC Pitstop's Sony XCP rootkit page.
$sys$drmserver.exe is spyware/adware. PC Pitstop recommends strongly that all adware and spyware be immediately removed. This application category consumes considerable system resources and the performance gain is quite noticeable. Furthermore, adware/spyware pose a security risk to your computer as it sends your personal information back to the mothership.
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Percentage of recently scanned PC's with this process running: 0.00%
Average CPU use for this program: 2%
Average RAM for this program: 2 MB
|Program Name||MD5 Count|
|#||Status||MD5||Last Seen||File Date||Revision||Common Name||Size|
|1||Sony XCP rootkit page.">||0x3692633395142b264b0a73e4994f657f||1/23/2012 3:06:00 AM||Unknown||188.8.131.52||XCP DRM||300 KB|
|2||Sony XCP rootkit page.">||0xef1afb4a83a8e378132e3f89d9a46df9||5/12/2011 1:10:00 AM||Unknown||184.108.40.206||XCP DRM||268 KB|
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