monitors executed browsers scripts (code) for misuse. The AVG SafeGuard Toolbar is part of the AVG Technologies family of security software. The process known as ScriptHelper Official belongs to software AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o or AVG Technologies by AVG Secure. has 4 known versions, the most recent one is is run as a standard windows process with the logged in user's account privileges. The average file size is about MB. It is an authenticode code-signed executable issued to AVG Technologies by the certification authority VeriSign. 2 May is part of new AVG toolbar (aka, AVG Secure Search), according to the following two links. And they contain almost everything you need to know about that exe file: AVG Feedback Update 7: · BTW, which version of AVG Antivirus are you using? ?.
7 Aug Edward, Have a look @ this link ( exe/). Otherwise, Re AVG Community Support expert assistance from Brno, Czech Rep.. They will attend to your posting @ their earliest convenience but please bear this in mind i.e. Workdays [Mon-Fri] am. "mentioned popup is displayed because of Internet Explorer security policy. As we mentioned already, file "" is valid part of our new AVG Security Toolbar. You can allow it safely. In case you dont want this popup to be displayed again, check "Do not show me warning for this file again". ". is digitally signed by AVG Technologies. is usually located in the 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\AVG Secure Search\ ScriptHelperInstaller\\' folder. None of the anti-virus scanners at VirusTotal reports anything malicious about If you have additional information.
5 Jul The file is not a virus. The program is a system security tool. But the tool may be used to compromise. All about and ScriptHelper Official, how this software is used, and how to solve problems with ScriptHelper. More information how to permanently delete the file - ther words remove it. Be avare of doing this without deeper knowledge of what you' re doing - read the guide first.