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Recently our server was compromised and upon running a rootkit scan both kaspersky and trend micro scanners picked up a rootkit in sbscrexe.exe Is this a safe process to delete? I see it as the SBS Licensing Service and not a critical process but I am still weary deleting it without knowing for sure it will not cause issues down the road. Thank you for your time.
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Radhakrishnan R earned 1500 total points
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Hi,

Yes, you can safely delete it. virus-com.com/viruscom/viruscom_92449.html
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Thanks!
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