Was ist cisvc.exe?

Die Original cisvc.exe Datei gehört zur Microsoft Windows Operating System Software von Microsoft.

CIsvc steht für Content Index service

Cisvc.exe ist eine Windows EXE Datei. EXE ist die Abkürzung für executable file, zu deutsch ausführbare Datei. Diese kann auf Ihrem Computer Einstellungen ändern oder schlimmstenfalls auch Schaden anrichten. Dieses offene Datei Informationsforum hilft Ihnen, wenn Sie wissen möchten, ob die Datei unnötig oder sogar schädlich ist bzw. wie Sie cisvc.exe Fehler beseitigen oder die zugehörige Content Index Dienst Software deinstallieren.

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Cisvc.exe Datei Info

Windows Task-Manager mit cisvc
Der cisvc Prozess im Windows Task-Manager

Der Prozess Content Index service oder Inhaltsindexdienst oder Network Services gehört zur Software Microsoft Windows Operating System oder Betriebssystem Microsoft Windows oder BitMicro RapidPLUS Services oder Favorit der Firma Microsoft (www.microsoft.com) oder BitMicro Software.

Charakteristik: Die originale cisvc.exe von Microsoft ist für Windows wichtig, aber macht häufig Probleme. Cisvc.exe befindet sich im Ordner C:\Windows\System32. Bekannte Dateigrößen unter Windows 10/8/7/XP sind 5632 Bytes (90% aller Vorkommen), 6656 Bytes und 5 weitere Varianten. http://www.file.net/prozess/cisvc.exe.html 
Sie wird vom Windows System benötigt. Das Programm ist nicht sichtbar. Cisvc.exe ist von Microsoft und vertrauenswürdig. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 4% als gefährlich; jedoch sollten Sie diese Bewertung auch mit den Mitglieder Meinungen vergleichen.

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Viren mit gleichem Dateinamen

Ist cisvc.exe ein Virus? Nein, ist es nicht. Die wahre cisvc.exe Datei ist ein wichtiger Microsoft Windows Systemprozess mit dem Namen "Content Index Dienst". Jedoch benutzen Virenautoren diesen Dateinamen auch für Ihre Schadsoftware um diese zu tarnen. Viren mit gleichem Dateinamen sind zum Beispiel TROJ_SPNR.08CO15 oder TROJ_HORST.SMPE (entdeckt von TrendMicro), und Win64:Dropper-gen [Drp] oder Win32:Rodecap (entdeckt von Avast).
Um sicher zu stellen, dass keine gefährliche cisvc-Malware auf Ihrem PC aktiv ist, klicken Sie hier für einen kostenlosen Malware Scan.

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Hinweis: Viren und andere schädliche Dateien können sich als cisvc.exe tarnen. Insbesondere, wenn sich die Datei nicht im C:\Windows\System32 Ordner befindet. Möchten Sie die Sicherheit Ihres PCs überprüfen, so empfehlen wir Ihnen die Software Security Task Manager.


Mitglieder Bewertung

Wenn man sie selbst installiert hat eine feine Sache... Legt ein Protokoll über alle Tastatureingaben an !
ist ein Keylogger
Often authentic microsoft tool, but same name can be used by a keylogger.
Causes core to drop on windows XP Pro
  Jerry Haney  
microsoft, indexing service, can be enabled and disabled in "F3" search dialog
monitoring file for indexing service
i takes lots of ram
AVG detected this as Trojan Horse (was in temp directory) Dopper Agent 8.B by AVG classification
came up as a trojan on avg antivirus, I removed it , puter running ok
Could be mailsious program if not located in windows\system32\
background drive content indexing for fast search
  James Colin Vaughan  
Colas is right! - do as he sais
indexing service Part of MS OS
ram hog
it can be dangerous like garsmano said if it is not in windows\system32\ it will slow down your computer when your not paying attention
maxes out my CPU. runs constantly
I only know i've never seen it before, I just endtask it for now.
Colas is correct again! Disabled the indexing services under file search and CPU usage dropped from 100% to 2%
can seriously slow down a system
  M Unas   (weitere Info's)
Just kill this process. Does not do any harm. Only uses about 101% of CPU when in progress... Whenever my CPU utilisation runs high I just look for the ciscv.exe end end it - CPU usage drops to mere 1-10% immidiately as of result.
Microsoft Indexing Service - Not needed on most computers today.
Windows Indexing service somtimes takes a lot of CPU usage slowing down performance
If it isn't dangerous, it uses resources just like 80% of XP's useless processes.
Often "takes over" CPU when you need it the most!
  Terje Moen   (weitere Info's)
M$ index service to speed up searxh program, while slowing down the whole computer. Hmm
Could be a trojan, keylogger, or Windows Indexing Service.
MSWinXP but cause CPU runs @ 100% speed as shown in Task Manager.
it can be a Perfect Keylogger executable file, but it's a Windows file too
It keeps me from use search functions at the computer, takes a lot of CPU... When I shut it down (using ctrl+alt+del). The computer becomes normal! DELETE IT !
Content Indexing Service part of the Windows OS
Indexes your entire HD, if you have lots of files it will use lots of RAM and CPU. Detects idle time by the amount of CPU and drive activity created by user. If you are reading mail, writing docs or similar low resource applications, system thinks PC is idle, hence will assign vast quantities of CPU cycles and RAM to index as quickly as possible. If it bothers you, turn off Indexing Servies, under the Find feature, as mentioned. Can be annoying if you start trying to use your PC while the indexing is running as takes a little time to give back system resources.
This is usually part of Microsoft's operating system, it monitors the indexing service to make sure it doesn't use too much memory; however it can be a resource hog. You can uninstall the service from control panel add and remove programs. If you see two instances of this in task manager you probably have a keylogger.
Index Dienst von Microsoft der Abgeschaltet werden kann
  Besserwisser   (weitere Info's)
can hang the computer or slow it down so that no toher application can run
Cisvc.exe is part of Indexing Service
  PC Tech A.D.T.   (weitere Info's)
Completely useless indexing file =) But I didn't understand where in the F3 search dialog to disable it, please tell me!
microsoft, indexing service, can be enabled and disabled in "F3" search dialog
I always immediately shut down this program whenever I start my computer up. If you leave it running, every now and then it will max out your CPU and your computer will stop responding, which needless to say is incredibly annoying.
Creates a plethoria of Page Faults
  Attila the Snail  
It is Microsofts Indexing Service, not dangerous, just annoying
  JHSL   (weitere Info's)
cisvc.exe is a process that belongs to the Microsoft Windows Operating System. It is used to monitor the memory usage in CIDAEMON.exe and prevent low memory problems. This is an essential system process and should not be removed. This program is an essential system process and should not be removed.
I have it cionstantly running Also its location is C:\WINDOWS\system32 and in C:\WINDOWS\dllcache. and when i try to turn it off in Find preferences it WAS ALLREADY OFF ...
Indexing service. I used to not let this run, but lateley I've got it going, as it does speed up my PC searches drasticly. I'ts set as a ow priority so it takes a back seat when running PC. As mentioned above, it may take a little time to give beack the recourses, but for me right now it's worth it. Note: I've tried Google desktop search etc. in the past, and it requires the same type of index as well.
It never showed up on any scan until today. System slowed dramatically so I scanned with Spyware Detector which has been run many times on this machine and never alerted on the file. Today it did and found 32 related entries in the registry. Quarantined and deleted the file.
Trojan by blackcore/KillHouse Inc, If its sitting in yer temp directory, which it should not be (Its a sytem32 file) then BLAM...trojan. Antivirus will pick it up as such.
It's a Windows component. But if you want to use video cutting software for generating new mpg or avi files there could be problems with the sync... means video and audio stream doesn't really fit anymore. Why? Indexing process works in a sporadic way! Poison for the synchronisation which needs constant access to the CPU!
It eats up my CPU processing power whenever I try to actually load anything. Disabling it Helped me, but i'm afraid to remove
if cpu is running 100% I kill off cisvc and it drops to 2%
Cisvc is used to index your computers hard drive when your computer is idle, so next time you search, it will be "faster". It can be potentially dangerous however, if you are using an application that uses lots of power, and CiSvc decides to start indexing, it can heat your cpu to over 70*C. MBs without automatic fan control can potentially burn out. My core 2 duo reached 85*C, and the computer suddenly turned off to avoid damage to the cpu. Cisvc somtimes does not accuratly detect when the system is idle, and as a result, exessive CPU load can occure. Turn off!
cisvc.exe is the biggest pain i have coem across for taking up CPU usages in my past 10 years of computer usage
If you find yourself killing this process regularly, go to control panel, administrative tools, computer managment; look under service and application; go to indexing service and look at the start up type column. If it is automatic, change it to manual and it won't bother you again.
Not spam. It's part of Indexing service
  Aris   (weitere Info's)
This is a normal service to manager Indexing services. But it takes so much CPU so we should disable it!
cripples search function/agree with oliver
Go to : Start = Control Panel = Administrative Tools = Services (Indexing Service=Disabeled)
I agree with John's comment re heat. I assume it was turned on when I accidentally accessed the new "Windows Search" which appeared with XP Svs Pack 3. After accidentally restarting the indexing service, everything was slow, hard disk constantly on, and my overnight virus scan took over 12 hrs to complete. Not to mention that my laptop was actually hot when I touched it. Identified it with a freeware program called DiskAction2. Found instructions to disable, and all is well once again. Perhaps it performs better on some computers, but it was potentially very dangerous on mine!
Ten proces zu¿ywa 100 CPU nie tylko podczas bezczynnosci ale tak¿e w trakcie pracy. Zalecam wy³±czyæ t± us³ugê.
It's a useless resource hog and "end Task" doesn't hurt anything on XP sp3. Yes it can be disabled from the Services console under Indexing Service which apparently MS has no clue how to do.
Not dangerous, but better end that process.
  Rob Windows Now!  
this file is the microsoft indexing edition but can be trojan horse or keylogger...
  Matan   (weitere Info's)
For me the cisvc.exe uses CPU (30-40% constantly) only when my laptop (Lenovo T60) is connected to the docking station. The strange thing is that, if I open the CD-drawer when it contains a CD/DVD (blank or non-blank) it stops consuming CPU. If the drawer is empty, I need to put a CD in the drawer, close it and open it. Then its ok.
Found this in Program Files (x86)\RapidBIT and NoVirusThanks.org flagged it as a Trojan Dropper. Even after completely denying access through Comodo Firewall I still couldn't delete it. A reboot into safemode was required to remove the file.
Couldn't find any reason to let cisvc.exe live. It's a constant pain, filling the security log of some of my Win XP boxes. My suggestion is to set it to "disabled" in services.msc.
dangerous to XP system operation since it hogs system brutally which can heat up processor as indicated by another reporter. Had to turn off search indexing. Microsoft needs to fix this!!!
I disabled Indexing Service and the process cisvc.exe, the file was deleted from system32 but any time when I start my pc something recover the file from somewhere and run it. The only solution I have so far is to remove this file and create a file with the same name on the same place (read only, like calc.exe). This will stop recreating the original cisvc.exe. Still looking for solution!
I agree with John & MaryLou. I could have fried an egg on my laptop until I set indexing services to manual startup. I was afraid my paperwork by the exhaust port was going to catch on fire. And hearing the fan running constantly was annoying, along with the fear of possible hardware damage, and wasted electricity.
on windows 8 use a lot of ram and cpu , often heat up both


Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von cisvc.exe: basierend auf 63 Bewertungen mit 67 Kommentaren. 18 Mitglieder halten cisvc.exe notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 6 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 19 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 12 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 8 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, cisvc.exe zu deinstallieren. 8 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").

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Ein aufgeräumter Computer ist die beste Voraussetzung, um cisvc Probleme zu vermeiden. Hierzu sollten Sie einen Malware-Scan durchführen, Ihre Festplatte aufräumen (mit 1cleanmgr und 2sfc /scannow), nicht mehr benötigte 3Programme deinstallieren, Autostart Programme überprüfen (mittels 4msconfig) und 5Windows Updates automatisch installieren. Denken Sie immer daran ein Backup oder zumindest einen Wiederherstellungspunkt zu erstellen.

Bei einem konkreten Problem überlegen Sie bitte, was Sie als letztes getan bzw. installiert haben, bevor das Problem das erste Mal auftrat. Nutzen Sie den Befehl 6resmon, um diejenigen Prozesse zu ermitteln, die Ihr Problem verursachen. Selbst bei schwerwiegenden Problemen sollten Sie anstatt einer Windows-Neuinstallation lieber eine Reparaturinstallation oder ab Windows 8 den Befehl 7DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth ausführen. Damit wird das Betriebssystem ohne Datenverlust repariert.

Zur weiteren Analyse haben sich folgende Programme als nützlich herausgestellt: Der ASecurity Task Manager untersucht den aktiven cisvc Prozess auf Ihrem Computer und zeigt anschaulich was der Prozess macht. Das bekannte Tool BMalwarebytes Anti-Malware sagt Ihnen, ob die Datei cisvc.exe auf Ihrem PC lästige Werbung einblendet und so Ihren PC ausbremst. Solche unerwünschten Adware Programme werden oft von einer Antivirus Software nicht als Virus eingestuft und deshalb nicht erkannt.

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