Mike Offered as part of Time Warner cable service, and normally runs ok. I also have Zonealarm installed but not running at the moment. This is probobly what accounts for a majority of the 'slowing down' factor that many people have witnessed. silmarilh It's a Zonealarm or "TrueVector Internet Monitor", the worst thing it does is take up quite a bit of memory Slows my computer down to a halt. Source
never did. I should have asked that already as there were CPU issues with oldr versions and some browsers.It should be - got it from zonealarm site a few weeks ago. THIS PROCCESS IS NOT DANGEROUS IF YOU HAVE ZONEALARM INSTALLED! When we have These details I'll instruct you on how to enable debug logging on Extensive problematic machine to try and Understand the root cause of the problem. https://www.zonealarm.com/forums/showthread.php/61436-vsmon-exe-and-zlclient-exe-high-cpu-How-to-Fix-It
Vsmon.exe is able to monitor applications and manipulate other programs. Any thoughts? never used more than 1% when idel Travis I have zonealarm pro so i suppose it comes with it depro Part of ZoneAlarm Security Suite 4daPeace It blows up the CPU jD*SharpS Zone-Alarm file.
restart ZAP and itll go back to "normal" if i had paid for this version of ZAP id be choked ; ) random surfer Part of Zone Alarm (with Virus). Also, the way it randomly activates and deactivates is bohering because trojans and other viruses behave the same way Al I am using zone alarm suite 6.5, I have checked and I close zonealarm and its fine, but i think it is this process that is flashing my internet every couple minutes. anyway I found it's NOT related with ZA security threats.
Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Carrl Zonealarm - usually quiet, sometimes spins memory and I/O out of control requiring a reboot, and thus hardly to be considered stable given the seriousness of the product and all Spinning Cow This file is made for control and check your mail traffic, if you are well user of your email and know how files you can open, you can turn Now it has "calmed down".
I am grateful and will spread the word. lolhai If you have Zone Alarm installed, it's not a threat. don It hogs about 50% of my cpu time, but only when running a Virus Scan, then 0% bigbass slows your pc down something cronic. faded CPU Hog Astrogirl can not be deleted w task manager; persists even tho zone alarm has been uninstalled & system rebooted; tried to uninstall thru ad remove but could not
XGeneration_Gamerz It is apparently associated with Zone Alarm, when it shuts down his process goes away. Mel S. When this happens, WCU is unable to install all Microsoft .NET Framework components on your computer. Didn't look like a virus just annoying james 100% CPU HOG while on the net!
Next, clear all check boxes that are given under the Selective Startup option. kayakjon It is part of CA Internet Security Suite. Use sygate firwall. Go to Firewall Main Tab Internet Zone Security Custom.
Stiff_monkey ZoneAlarm. To eliminate the "problem" simply set up the scheduled scan to run when you don't use the PC - i.e. It's been out at least since Jan '07, and they've yet to address the problem. have a peek here See also: Link Özi Sahini Vector System Monitor See also: Link Özi zonealarm POS when u have multiple internet connection (in or out) it will suck up processing power, don't matter
Matt Belongs to Zone Alarm yes, but on my system it was using 30MB of ram - In my personal opinion it's a ram hog. Uses 4,408K on this Win2000Pro machine with 512Megs of ram. On the General tab, in the System Configuration Utility dialog box, select the Selective Startup option.
I've> used ZoneAlarm Pro for the last 2 years, updating regularly, and it> hasn't been a problem (apart from it always being the last app> available when booting up). After yet another reboot, I did a Google search which showed that this appears to be a common problem and seems to be linked to ZoneAlarm . disabling logging will minimize it... It's what I had to do.-Winux P."PeteB"
I'd notice if it was causing troubles (2.0GHz Intel Celeron CPU;255mb RAM :\) Kisara I know that when truevector has a problem of some kind it shuts down zone alarm as The Windows firewall is adequate and Microsoft Security Essentials is probably at least as capable as the ZA product for AV purposes. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Why?
Zippy Yes this is part of ZoneAlarm... For instance, I fire up a cd ripper program and it wants to access the net. Tahvo I do have zone alarm, but sometimes it uses the cpu (once it showed 200ko, and when you only have 256ko: ouch!) badoooo it's the Zone Allarm engine... I run a clean Pc house to.
Just after i reformatted my computer and installed it again. Ydoucare? Keith This is a real shit this firewall ZoneAlarm... If I was sure that it was as unprotected as indicated I would rate this zonealarm as very dangerous for arbitrarily withdrawing protection.
I'm using Zonealarm 3.0 serig switching off the automatic update function in ZoneAlarm seems to stop the cpu and memory problems on my machine solution Part of ZoneAlarm. Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware This file is run to generate alerts based on the security rules you set. The limitation is that choosing to use NTFS optimizations during scans may result in constant high CPU of vsmon.exe.
Jason pcpitstop says that 10.7 % of the computers they scan have vsmon but less than half a percent have Zone Alarm. Search for and clear the check boxes of the Firewall and Antivirus services. It is certified by a trustworthy company. First make sure that you do not> have MailSafe enabled and also have your antivirus scanning email> attachments.
zlclient.exe was using 25-30 % of cpu.