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Was ist CmdLineExt03.dll?

CmdLineExt03.dll ist eine Windows DLL Datei. DLL ist die Abkürzung für Dynamic Link Library, zu deutsch "dynamische Programmbibliothek". DLL Dateien werden von Programmen oder Webbrowser-Erweiterungen benötigt, denn sie enthalten Programmcode, Daten und Ressourcen. Die folgenden Informationen sollen Ihnen helfen festzustellen, ob CmdLineExt03.dll vom Betriebssystem bzw. einer vertrauenswürdigen Anwendung benötigt wird.

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CmdLineExt03.dll Datei Info

Der Entwickler und das zum Prozess CmdLineExt03.dll dazugehörige Programm sind uns nicht bekannt.

Charakteristik: CmdLineExt03.dll ist für Windows nicht notwendig und macht häufig Probleme. Die Datei CmdLineExt03.dll befindet sich im Ordner C:\Windows\System32 oder manchmal in einem Unterordner von C:\Windows. Die Dateigröße unter Windows 10/8/7/XP ist 43520 Bytes. http://www.file.net/prozess/cmdlineext03.dll.html 
Diese Dynamic Link Library (DLL), eine Komponente die ausgelagerte Programmfunktionen enthält. Eine DLL Datei kann sich in andere aktive Prozesse einklinken. Es gibt kein Datei Impressum. Das Programm ist nicht sichtbar. Es ist keine genauere Beschreibung über diesen Dienst ermittelbar. CmdLineExt03.dll kann das Verhalten anderer Programme ändern oder diese gezielt manipulieren. Sie ist keine Windows System Datei. CmdLineExt03.dll scheint eine komprimierte Datei zu sein. Deshalb bewerten wir diese Datei zu 82% als gefährlich, aber vergleichen Sie diese Wertung mit den Mitglieder Meinungen.

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Hinweis: Es sind Viren und andere schädliche Dateien mit dem Dateinamen CmdLineExt03.dll bekannt, z.B. TROJ_AGENT.AJU (entdeckt von TrendMicro), und Trojan Horse (entdeckt von Symantec). Möchten Sie die Sicherheit Ihres PCs überprüfen, so empfehlen wir Ihnen die Software Security Task Manager.

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This file is part of some copy protections that come with games, and also leaves a massive hole in several ports on your system. Game may not run with it in quarantine, reinstall will fix game if need be.
  Magus  
Vorsicht!!!Trojaner!!! Tarnt sich perfekt!!! Kopiert sich nicht sichtbar im Temp Ordner!!!Finde keine Informationen im Net!!! Wahrscheinlich durch Trojaner blockiert!!! Höchstwarscheinlich im Zusammenhang mit Dateien von Grafikkarte!!!
  LookRight  
I was unable to delete some files, windows told they were used by a program, after doing some researches I found that explorer.exe was the program locking the file... then I look at the DLLs explorer.exe was using and I found this cmdlineext03.dll running from temp folder, I unregisterd it and removed it, then killed explorer.exe and relaunched it. No more problem deleting those files... Thanks to Process Explorer by Sysinternals that helped me to diagnose the whole thing!
  John Wellesz  
I discovered that this file is loaded by explorer.exe whenever you try to perform a file operation, this DLL is part of a copy protection thing (mine came with DIABLO II). The best thing to do is to prevent explorer.exe from loading the DLL by allowing only SYSTEM to access the file (in the security tab of the DLL properties). To delete it is not enough, it will be reinstalled the next time you launch Diablo II for example...
  John Wellesz  
I have Star Wars Battlefront (legal). Ever time I run it it creates c:\Windows\System32\CmdLineExt03.dll. I've deleted it and re-run SWBF and it re-creates it. So probably to do with the CD-Copy protection. (I've created a folder called CmdLineExt03.dll and the file isn't created any more. Handy inoculation!)
  Mr. D.Ata  
nicht löschbar, nicht entfernbar mit dem Taskmanager
  steve  
This and a few other dll's showed up in /tmp after playing Diablo II under wine in Linux! WTF? ClamAV thought it was ok and there's no wine processes running now. Still a little suspicious though. Don't know what it might have done on a real windows system though.
  Ian Tester  
I've found about it when I disabled it using Nirsoft's ShellExView (link). When I've disabled using that program I was able to right click icons on my desktop and in Windows start menu and get the pop-up menu without crashing explorer.
  Saxtus   (weitere Info's)
I found it with sysinternal's process explorer because when I right clicked old 16 bit DOS applucations, explorer was keeping a lock on that file. I found out it was the CmdLineExt03.dll who was resposible for this behaviour. regsvr32 /u dll did the trick. I found out that it came with a game called FarCry. I think it is just part of the crack. After running regsvr32 FarCry was no longer working.
  toyah  
Desktop hijacker
  BHARATH M N  
Similar to Darksun, only I never play around with such files: Sth. intruded my PC and made it so I couldn't right click on exes (and com's (PC crash resulted)), ctrlA, ctrlX or the Del or shift+Del button's on the keyboard crashed the explorer as well, using ShellExView, I disabled it and I can right click again.
  Subbubb  
SysInternals shows this file being *created* and queried by "swkotor.exe", or Star Wars, Knights of the Old Republic. Threat unknown... but I don't trust any program that finds it necessary to routinely install and then subsequently remove all traces of itself.
  Intuit  
All I know is I cannot delete it. Seems it started when I d/l the game "Max Payne 2 or Call of Duty" take your pick. So...is this a virus or what? Whatever it is, I can't delete it. Although I did a search and found it in my Windows under sysems 32. I then went back to my Temp. folder and still, it would not let me delete!
  E.H.  
Deleting the file is almost useless. It is recreated and launched the minute you launch SecuROM protected games. Some games may not run if the process is blocked, others will. SecuROM increasingly employs spyware & trojan-like tactics, short of place an actual rootkit on the user's system and this is alarming. (yet anyway) The later versions of SecuROM will NOT run if they detect SysInternals utilities and various legitemate CD creation utilities; requiring that you uninstal this applications before continuing. SecuROM also gives you 100% false error messages and will not tell you the
  Intuit  
Erscheint nach der Installation von Software mit SafeDisk 2 CD Kopierschutz. Liegt in den meisten Fällen im Temporärverzeichniss.
  AranankA  
For me when i start Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 (with soaked and wild) it just appears and is quickly detected by Windows Defender Real-Time protection as a high risk file. Not sure if it is actually dangerous (Deleting "CmdLineExt.dll as well as bleaching your temp files are pointless). It's been bugging me for 2 hours and I am gonna ignore it now unless quarintining it works :P
  Anonymous  
Installed Diablo II under XP Pro last night. I found that after running the game, my wallpaper would change to a play symbol. Further investigation found *something* tried to hijack my desktop using Active Content. I ran Windows Defender and found this .dll. I unregistered it, renamed a txt file with the same name, and copied it to my system32 folder. Now Defender doesn't detect it, it doesn't get reinstalled and my wallpaper doesn't change. Harmless. If it were, Windows Defender would not have alert me to it's presence in the first place.
  Anubis  
Windows Defender is now detecting this file as malware. Just because it's from Sony, or SecuROM doesn't make it safe. It's a root kit ppl. Even if it's from "the man" it's still potentially dangerous. Especially if virus authors decide to exploit it, and even Microsoft agrees with me. Go figure.
  Black Titan  
Found it in my System32 folder and says it was created 2 days ago, which is when I was download-frenzy on GarageGames.com, may be from their games? Still testing at this point but I do know that 20 minutes ago before I renamed it, my firewall kept restarting itself...
  Mikemc  
It is harmless. Wrote to SecuRom support to investigate it. The replied: "Thank you for your email. Don't worry this is a harmless SecuROM related file. It reinstalls itself after you start a SecuROM protected game." So just tell your spyware to ignore it. :)
  Bob  
I first spotted CmdLineExt03.dll - alerted by 'Windows Defender' to a dangerous Trojan. I noticed it after installed S.W.A.T 4 and launched it. Was able to delete it. Seems it harmelss enough, and from reading above, comes with most games. (retail version of game)
  Jim  
i dont play games on my pc and with this file in my temp file my taskbar s (by the clock) wont run so my anti-virus is disabled. nothing finds this file.. adaware, spysweeper, norton e.t.c. A search for it in c:\ *.DLL does not show it. however I booted in SAFE MODE and then deleted it. booted normaly and all my icons came back. Also now my pc is using 18% resources as before it was using 50-80% !! I work on computers day in / day out and this is no harmless file.! you have been warned.
  Mr Dave  
Windows Defender kept identifying this file as a trojan when I would run the game Scrabble. I finally decided it was not harmful and uninstalled Defender. Just to be on the safeside though I ran regsvr32 /u cmdlineext03.dll then changed the name of the file to .txt
  Nelson  
Tried starting up pro evolution soccer 5, never had this problem before and i get a lovely little pop-up box from Windows Defender telling me i need to delete it. Obviously it just appeared again straight away, I'm worried if this is a virus it could be doing stuff elsewhere, anyone know if i can just ignore this or if there's a way to stop Defender recognising it as something dangerous?
  Brad  
When I open W Live Messengger and I type my account name it takes like 10 sec to make echo (show the caracters I have written) and my router traffic lights blink as I write, so, it's spyware to me. Some coincidences with other posts: My computer is noticeable slower. I have recently installed Call of Duty,
  Laureano  
Seems from common problems and relations it is to do wirth games. Though the thing is if it is someone needs to send the damn company an email as the file is not directed to anyone, is named like malware and looking at contents it looks unfriendly but the thing is if u are locking up or unable to click run some anti-viruses, clean up ur startup processes and clean up ur comp in general as it is probably lag.
  Insane_corn  
I removed/quarantined it and Security Task Manager Starts popping up a message "can't find..." I click ok but Security Task Manager looses ability to post data in "Rating, CPU, Memory, Active" columns.
  Stephenopolus  
I only just started seeing CmdLineExt03.dll when i opened up RollerCoaster Tycoon 3, AVG Free detects it, moves it to vault, and then the same message comes up when i open it a second time. It hasn't seemed to do much damage for me *touchwood*, and RCT3 will only start if i ignore the file.
  Jack  
it's not created by diablo 2, its created by Sony games, they install it as a means to stop pirating/copying their games. There are actually to files, 1 is this cmdlinext03.dll and the other is cmdlinext.dll, they both are found under Windows/System32 folder. The files act as a spyware and Avira AntiVir determine it to be a Trojan
  Kefka  
This file is associated with STM, SecuROM, game apps and a few other apps. Overall it is harmless at least for me. I do not recommend deleting it and by all means stop jumping at ever little instance of what most AV apps and other apps such as STM list as a possible threat. The keyword is POSSIBLE. IF you run games with secuROM it will only reload the file to run or it may crash until you reinstall. I have not seen a virus running this ever.
  CraniumX  
Once it is in your computer , it wont leave and keeps returning and giving you Massive Lag when playing games , i have found this to be so in playing Battlefield 2 bad company and EA games should be ashamed to Associate its self to a program that hacks into your game on your computer
  bob a job  

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Zusammenfassung: Durchschnittliche Bewertung von CmdLineExt03.dll: basierend auf 74 Bewertungen mit 31 Kommentaren. 13 Mitglieder halten CmdLineExt03.dll notwendig für Windows bzw. für eine installierte Software. 5 Mitglieder halten es für ungefährlich. 23 Mitglieder halten es weder für wichtig noch für gefährlich. 11 Mitglieder vermuten Gefahr. 22 Mitglieder halten es für schädlich und empfehlen, CmdLineExt03.dll zu deinstallieren. 9 Mitglieder gaben kein Urteil ab ("bin nicht sicher").


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Ein aufgeräumter Computer ist die beste Voraussetzung, um CmdLineExt03 Probleme zu vermeiden. Hierzu sollten Sie einen Malware-Scan durchführen, Ihre Festplatte aufräumen (mit cleanmgr und sfc /scannow), nicht mehr benötigte Programme deinstallieren, Autostart Programme überprüfen (mittels msconfig) und Windows 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 resmon, 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 DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth ausführen. Damit wird das Betriebssystem ohne Datenverlust repariert.

Zur weiteren Analyse haben sich folgende Programme als nützlich herausgestellt: Der Security Task Manager untersucht den aktiven CmdLineExt03 Prozess auf Ihrem Computer und zeigt anschaulich was der Prozess macht. Das bekannte Tool Malwarebytes Anti-Malware sagt Ihnen, ob die Datei CmdLineExt03.dll 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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