Re: lsass.exe terminates unexpectedly
"David H. Lipman" wrote:
From: "Leonard Grey" <l.grey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| Malicious software ("malware") is installed on your computer.
Not neccessarily. This may be a worm or trojan external to the PC trying to exploit
How is that?
You can't get lsass.exe going nuts from outside the PC!
You can get the protection software defences going Mad in usage but not
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