Caveman Posted January 8, 2009 Share Posted January 8, 2009 Up for discussion: What do you guys think, is this a potential problem in UPH Cleanup. This is the result of a scan using " Sanity Check" , the results of the scan are posted here:The application says UPH is intercepting system services. I know its purpose but is theier arisk using the program causing a even bigger issue. System routines are being intercepted One or more system services are being intercepted on your system. This could be initiated by a rootkit or malware but there is also the possibility a security product is responsible for this. With the indications given you should find out if this is the work of a product that you have installed deliberately or not. Note that these SSDT hooks are very notorious because they rely on undocumented techniques and are incredibly difficult to implement right for a programmer. Even if they are installed by a legitimate product, these hooks very often are the cause of sudden unexpected reboots, blue screens, hangups and other misery. If you have more than one product installed which makes use of these techniques then your system is almost sure to be messed up. The module uphcleanhlp.sys is hooking the kernel to intercept base system services. Information about the responsible module uphcleanhlp.sys: file path: c:\windows\system32\drivers\uphcleanhlp.sys Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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