What is Apache.exe

MrChad

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Is that an nForce 3 board? nVidia's Network Access Manager runs an Apache process to manage your firewall.
 

imverygifted

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ny nforce 3 board doesnt have a program called apache running but i didnt install nvidias access manager i skipped that so if you don't have that sounds like u have a lil trojan problem
 

drag

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Try going
http://127.0.0.1/

In your browser and see what they have to say!

Could be running on a different port though. Try 8080 or run a port scan on your computer and see if you can't figure out what port it's running on.

to try port 8080 on your browser you go:
http://127.0.0.1:8080/

 

mechBgon

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Originally posted by: MrChad
Is that an nForce 3 board? nVidia's Network Access Manager runs an Apache process to manage your firewall.
Yep, it would be normal if you're using the nVidia firewall.
 

Caveman

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OK... Yes, I'm using the NV Firewall (nf3 board per rig specs in sig)... Glad to hear that's "normal"... : )
 

Caveman

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Well... It appears there are two instances of the apache.exe running under the task manager and I can't "END PROCESS" on either one. One is about 5 MB, and the other is about 9 MB.

Perhaps I do have some sort of virus???

Can anyone confirm how many instances of the apache.exe should be running on an NF3 firewalled machine as well as how large of a footprint the program takes to run (9 or 5 MB)???