unp campaignmanager?

This appeared a week ago or so. It is not in program listings. What is it?

John

 

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Hi John,

There are a few reasons why you are seeing this notification on your desktop. To better assist you, we need the answer to the following questions:

  • Which Windows version are you using?
  • Did you recently install an update?
  • What was the exact message you received?

We are looking forward to your response.

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I didn't get a message. I discovered it in /programs and noticed it wasn't on the installed programs list when I went to uninstall it. That seemed curious.

It arrived 6/6. "Widows privacy and security" installed 5/31. I dodn't remember any other updates around that time.

John

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The Universal Notification Platform or UNP usually applies to computers on a domain, a good example is a work computer. There are several ways to hide or remove this notification from appearing on your desktop. However, since the steps will guide you to make changes with your registry files, we suggest that you create a back up of your registry by following the steps on this link.

Once your ready, click on this article for further assistance with your UNP Campaign Manager issue.

If you have additional questions, please let us know.

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  Create a restore point is straightforward to average users but. How would anyone that is not an expert be able to find this UNP registry in Regedit. Needle in a hay stack! A little more help please. I'm sure the export part will be easy once you know what to back up!

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Actually there's a search function in the reg but only use it if you absolutely have to. Messing around in the registry editor is dangerous. And before you do any changes to a system you should always create a restore point &/or a disk image.

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no notification.  I ran across it in program files

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UNPCampaignManager.exe  is an executable file which is harmful for your PC.

It gets into your PC by an infected USB, by freeware, or shareware downloaded from the internet when the user clicks any embedded link.  After entering  it will modify system setting and BIOS settings.  After that it will give important data to cyber theft.  !!!!

This virus can be found on C:\WINDOWS\System32\UNP\ folder .

When you try to remove this file from control panel  you will encounter an  error message  “access denied”.   After being install it will spy on your PC and give important information to attackers.    Sometimes this type of malware  can be found embedded in programs supplied officially by companies which can be easily downloaded from unknown website. 

After infecting your pc it will cause the following>   ......

Compromise the entire system.

System slow down and crashes frequently.

It  may change your settings.

Delete important files and folders.

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My second response was entered here after a thorough search look at how to get rid of it. 

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Actually there's a search function in the reg but only use it if you absolutely have to. Messing around in the registry editor is dangerous. And before you do any changes to a system you should always create a restore point &/or a disk image.

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UNPCampaignManager.exe  is an executable file which is harmful for your PC.



It gets into your PC by an infected USB, by freeware, or shareware downloaded from the internet when the user clicks any embedded link.  After entering  it will modify system setting and
BIOS settings.  After that it will give important data to cyber theft.  !!!!



This virus can be found on C:\WINDOWS\System32\UNP\ folder .



When you try to remove this file from control panel  you will encounter an  error message  “access denied”.   After being install it will spy on your PC and give important information to attackers.    Sometimes this type of malware  can be found embedded in
programs supplied officially by companies which can be easily downloaded from unknown website. 



After infecting your pc it will cause the following> 
 ......


Compromise the entire system.



System slow down and crashes frequently.



It  may change your settings.



Delete important files and folders.


That explains a lot.

Thank you.

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