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PANCAK3

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Well, my question is in the description.

Recently I notice that what is usually "LSASS" (all capital letters) in the task manager just change to "lsass"

Im not sure if it is the legit process or the trojan. Is there any way to distinguish between the two?
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Have a look at this link. The trojan and the legitimate file can be distinguished by the folder in which they are located. Another option is to run some good antimalware programs to find out if you have the bug on your computer.
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