Posted 24 December 2012 - 03:46 PM
Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:15 PM
This particular section of the forum doesn't get much traffic, since it's dedicated to a software product (Startup Lite) that AFAIK isn't being actively developed.
So, until someone more expert comes along, this .EXE appears to be a Verizon file on LG phones, etc.
I'm not qualified or authorized to advise you as to whether the particular file could be infected.
Here are a couple of links from a routine Google search to get you started:
You might also check with Verizon (and/or LG)?
Just a thought,
PS A mod may need to move this topic to the PC Help section.
Just a home user & forum volunteer
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