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AEI.exe

File Name: AEI.exe
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The AEI.exe process is a part of the Spy Sweeper SDK from company Webroot Software, Inc.
Recommendation:
The AEI.exe process is not an essential file to the computer system performance. Disabling it or enabling it is down to the user's options. 
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J Westcott
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cannot stop or delete
[email protected]
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I cannot kill this process or remove it off my system no matter how many different programs I use to do this. I doubt if it has anything to do with Webroot security software, even though the path is: C:\Program Files\Webroot\Security\Current\Plugins\Antimalware\AEI.exe . This file takes a life of its own, using 100% of CPU time at various times of the day, even after I tried to uninstall the program several times. Webroot is not much help. I could not find any program uninstallers on their web site.
Sean
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Webroot's new anti viruses instant virus protection process meant no harm to computers, but does take up a decent amount of CPU sadly.
Janice
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I have to agree. My system was brought to a standstill after the new ver 7. I went back to the previous version.
Stefan M
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i downloaded weebroot yesterday and this came up i think this is normal with no virus. its juest some anti virus stuf, but if you dont have weebroot you mite be at risk.
Bradley Marcoux
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I have tried every way I know of getting this off my computer. Any program I can't control, change or remove is a VIRUS to me.
CoherentPC
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This file is part of the new ver 7 Webroot Antivirus w/ SpySweeper. See top of page 2 on the user manual PDF at Webroot Support link below. More information
Michel V
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Aei.exe is for me a dangerous virus. I was able to remove it by using the Safe logon
skyler48193
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I went to Control PAnel and removed webroot software. Fortunately I had loaded the version before this to a folder in my Prams folder and after uninstall and restarting system I ran the earlier .exe and I am back to the previous version. All traces of AEI.exe is gone (system task manager at least doesnt show it and my computer is running as it was before I loaded version 7. Webroot has got to respond to this or it's a new anti-virus program for me when this subscription ends!
Tom K
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This severely slows my system down....Is there no way to get rid of this dog?
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