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Item Name: ctfmon.exe  File Name: ctfmon.exe
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popularity 33 negativ 29 report Report Abuse
Jeremy Buff
It\'s safe.
popularity 28 negativ 19 report Report Abuse
David Gonzalez
It sure would help to know whether this System 32 item is necessary or not. Some people say it is, others say it isn\'t.
popularity 23 negativ 14 report Report Abuse
A process connected to the microsoft office suite. As long as it is in the windows system 32 folder it is safe and should not be disabled. If it is in another folder it is most likely a trojan and should be deleted immediately.  More information
popularity 39 negativ 2 report Report Abuse
popularity 1 negativ 3 report Report Abuse
totaly safe_
popularity 4 negativ 7 report Report Abuse
popularity 2 negativ 1 report Report Abuse
Whether this is safe or not is still very unclear
popularity 9 negativ 3 report Report Abuse
SAFE! Needed for some East-European language keyboard layout.
popularity 6 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
Ctfmon.exe activates the Alternative User Input Text Input Processor (TIP) and the Microsoft Office Language Bar. This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems. Note: ctfmon.execould also be a process which is registered as a trojan. This Trojan allows attackers to access your computer from remote locations, stealing passwords, Internet banking and personal data. This process is a security risk and should be removed from your system. The ctfmon.exe file is located in the C:\\Windows\\System32 folder. In other cases, ctfmon.exe is a virus, spyware, trojan or worm!  More information
popularity 77 negativ 43 report Report Abuse
Doesn\'t hurt anything that i can see, but mine is in the right folder, so who knows?
popularity 23 negativ 20 report Report Abuse
Safe but can be off.
popularity 7 negativ 2 report Report Abuse
Dianne Jenkins
Activates when downloading IE7
popularity 0 negativ 5 report Report Abuse
no user
required for language toolbar?
popularity 5 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
Peter Verstegen
As long as it listed in system 32 there is no cause for alarm. Thus...leave it.
popularity 4 negativ 3 report Report Abuse
I didn\'t recognize it and have been wondering what it was, not being a techie.
popularity 2 negativ 31 report Report Abuse
Cyberlion\'s Startup Optimizer calls this program mal-ware. Text as follows: Added by the RAIDYS Trojan! Note - this should not be confused with the valid Office XP file, see here (with a [link] to Microsoft.com product info site for ctfmon.exe ) For the record, I am *still* in the process of trying to eliminate this. I have \"wiped\" it repeatedly, but it still re-appears on start-up... Wish me luck!  More information
popularity 3 negativ 15 report Report Abuse
Never use it. So it was turned off and things run better. A waste of space, and time if not used all the time
popularity 12 negativ 5 report Report Abuse
its cool
popularity 0 negativ 4 report Report Abuse
Ctfmon.exe is part of Microsoft Office XP monitors the active windows and provides text input service support for speech recognition, handwriting recognition, keyboard, translation, and other alternative user input technologies. It should be located here: C:\\Windows\\System32 If not it can be virus, spyware, trojan or worm!
popularity 26 negativ 0 report Report Abuse
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