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Motive plugin 1.0.1.2.5 is installed on my PC. When I google it, there are concerns that it is a keystroker or other malware. Can you confirm this?

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Please let me know if the Motive Plugin is safe or not. Also, what is it for?

Chosen solution

See the following:

Hope this clears up any misunderstandings.


If you still have doubts, upload the file to this site: http://virusscan.jotti.org/en

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  • Office Plugin for Netscape Navigator
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Xircal 334 solutions 3835 answers

You're thinking of NPMOTIVE (written in CAPS).

The Motive Plugin belongs to to Microsoft Silverlight which is Microsoft's version of Flash. It's often used in videos to protect content which prevents you from downloading the file.

Modified by Xircal

Question owner

Hi Xircal,

Thanks for your response - greatly appreciated.

Motive shows up in a couple places:

- Program files/Common files/motive: In this folder, NPMOTIVE is not found. When I clicked on the "InstallHelper" it is published by Alcetel-Lucent.

- Program files (x86)/Common files/motive: In this folder there is npMotive.dll, and nothing else.

Does this change your answer any?

Thanks again, Jeff

Most of the file names begin with Mcci

silkphoenix 92 solutions 1250 answers

I found this link and it might give you some more information:


http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1911413

Question owner

Thanks silkphoenix, I found that too. That's why I originally posted my question - trying to confirm it is malware.

Jeff

silkphoenix 92 solutions 1250 answers

All the Google search results seem pointing that way.

Xircal 334 solutions 3835 answers

Chosen Solution

See the following:

Hope this clears up any misunderstandings.


If you still have doubts, upload the file to this site: http://virusscan.jotti.org/en

Modified by Xircal