Welcome to the PC Pitstop Process Library. We maintain an extensive list of common processes running on today’s PCs. Within this library you can learn more about the processes running on your machine.
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|Vendor Website: http://blog.sonymusic.com/sonybmg/archives/111505.html|
|Last Seen by PC Pitstop: No Data|
Purpose: $sys$DRMServer.exe - Part of the XCP software used along with Sony's Digital Rights Management (DRM) that was originally concealed using a rootkit. We recommend removing this software and exchanging any affected CDs for ones without DRM. For more information see PC Pitstop's Sony XCP rootkit page.
$sys$drmserver.exe is spyware/adware. PC Pitstop recommends strongly that all adware and spyware be immediately removed. This application category consumes considerable system resources and the performance gain is quite noticeable. Furthermore, adware/spyware pose a security risk to your computer as it sends your personal information back to the mothership.
Percentage of recently scanned PC's with this process running: 0.00%
Average CPU use for this program: 2%
Average RAM for this program: 2 MB