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This could be sent via LU for analysis. We have a database on our end that keeps track of errors in the product. Take note of the module offsets in the current entries and if they keep occurring, let me know. If there is malware that's corrupted things, it probably won't. http://zeronews.net/norton-error/norton-error-reporting.html

Could someone please explain what all this means? It is currently being researched and I have brought your message to the appropriate team's attention. Please download and save NIS 2010 to your desktop from here but don't install it yet. Windows must have disabled it for some reason during boot, but NIS must have reenabled it real quick, because I know I was at the computer at the time and didn't https://community.norton.com/en/forums/norton-error-reporting-submission-module-name-avpapp32-quick-question-what

How can I find out if I have malware? Ask the experts! If everything is working and NIS is not showing you any error dialogs then you should be fine. Perhaps it's even something I did!

  1. So does this mean each PC have different items in LiveUpdate?
  2. Since avjohnnie reported seeing the same submissions in Task Manager with NIS 21.x in message # 3 I'm hoping that this isn't caused by hidden malware on your system.  This could
  3. Take note of the module offsets in the current entries and if they keep occurring, let me know.
  4. Bombastus Norton Fighter25 Reg: 16-Nov-2009 Posts: 1,775 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 750 Kudos0 Re: Symantec Error Reporting - severity high Posted: 29-Sep-2010 | 6:40AM • Permalink I got another one today!
  5. If you do see new errors, feel free to report them though.
  6. Hi mattsegers: ...and further to your comment about drivers, please see hvgsel's post here about driver issues some users are experiencing when they upgrade from Win 8 to Win 8.1.  It

Again, no visible signs of anything being wrong. Category: Norton Error ReportingDate & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Error Type,Error Time,Error ID,Error Class,Product Name,Product Version,Process ID,Thread ID,Process Name,Process Version,Process Timestamp,Module Name,Module Version,Module Timestamp,Module Offset,Hash Code,Component Name,Component It may not even be entirely caused by Norton - However, I think it's worth mentioning and worth the devs keeping in mind. The 'ntdll' issue is known but not particularly common. Cody floplot Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 11-Apr-2009 Posts: 20,829 Solutions: 459 Kudos: 3,313 Kudos1 Stats Re: Security History - Symantec Error Reporting Submission Posted: 31-Jul-2010 | 5:00PM • Permalink Hello Cody

You might want to run "sfc /scannow" to make sure that your operating system is alright. If there is a way of manually forcing the Error submission process to run then please let me know! Perhaps it's some underlying change to 8.1 versus 8, as I've never experienced this issue before! https://community.norton.com/en/forums/security-history-symantec-error-reporting-submission So, for the time being, I have disabled Norton.Even if this is a compatibility issue between Windows and the device(s), ideally this shouldn't cause Norton to go all funky - Rootkits often

Never had a "high" severity error reported before. Ask the experts! NIS 18.1.0.37, Windows 7 64-bit Thanks. Category: Norton Error ReportingDate & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Error Type,Error Time,Error ID,Error Class,Product Name,Product Version,Process ID,Thread ID,Process Name,Process Version,Process Timestamp,Module Name,Module Version,Module Timestamp,Module Offset,Hash Code,Component Name,Component Id,Error Code,Severity,Error The 'ntdll' issue is known but not particularly common.

Besides, those reports are going out at random times, I work often via 3G connections and don't like the fact that Norton reports are using my bandwidth. Did you notice any problems with the program's display? It hasn't happened since then, so everyhing seems fine. I recently upgraded NIS 2011 to NIS 2012 and since I have, I've been seeing a message in the security history that says "Norton Error Reporting Submission".

Is that bad?   Bombastus Norton Fighter25 Reg: 16-Nov-2009 Posts: 1,775 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 750 Kudos0 Re: Norton Error Reporting Submission? his comment is here is there something wrong with my norton 360?  running on Windows XP Home Edition SP2  if that helps! Posted: 10-Nov-2013 | 6:49AM • Permalink Hi Imarci,Thanks for checking that out. It also is a start-up problem and may, or may not, be timing related.

Would be highly appreciated. Can anyone shed any clue as to what it means, and if something should be done about it? Posted: 28-Jan-2013 | 6:52PM • 1 Reply • Permalink Hello. http://zeronews.net/norton-error/norton-error-8921-252.html However, if you are really concerned, you can post a few messages here and someone from Symantec is usually quick to comment on them.

The 'unauthorized access blocked' alert targeting Save and Restore occurred at the same time as the 'ntdll' error. You can download 2010 NIS from herehttp://www.norton.com/nis10Then download the Norton Removal Tool You can download the Norton Removal tool fromhttp://www.symantec.com/norton/support/kb/web_view.jsp?wv_type=public_web&docurl=20080710133834ENPlease pick the proper Norton product that you want to remove. So, for the time being, I have disabled Norton.Even if this is a compatibility issue between Windows and the device(s), ideally this shouldn't cause Norton to go all funky - Rootkits often

Me Too0 Last Comment Replies Bombastus Norton Fighter25 Reg: 16-Nov-2009 Posts: 1,775 Solutions: 122 Kudos: 750 Kudos0 Re: IPS Statistical Submission and Norton Error Reporting Submission.

Ask the experts! I'll appreciate someone from Norton support to chip in as I've seen multiple posts with similar questions asked yet no answers.  I feel a bit disappointed that there's so much stuff Solved. FWIW, I have errors reported in my Security History on both of my systems as well.

On the "Norton Error Reporting Submission" entries, the process ID varies, but the process name is ccSvcHst and the Module name is avScnTsk. The information is internal to the program and intended for Symantec engineers to help streamline future patches and product versions, not for the user. Thanks Reese I ran the 'sfc /scannow' command as you suggested and it found and repaired some corrupt files. navigate here Unfortunately there's not enough information to go by on this to do much.

To be simple, kind of compatibility issues.  These issues will be resolved and could be passed to the product again during the next LU or once we do a workaround on It turns out, according to the Norton Error Reporting in the History log, that 'ccEmlPxy.dll' (Symantec Email Proxy) had silently failed with a High severity error earlier during the day. Given that I have yet to do a second restart, so I am unsure if this will happen again.I don't know what has suddenly happened, or if it is related to the wi-fi I hope I don't have malware, after spending 1-1/2 days doing the recovery.

Product Details:Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1, 360 v5.1.0.29, IE 9 Please update. The most recent 'NCW' is very rare and appears to be related to some start-up problem. I recently upgraded NIS 2011 to NIS 2012 and since I have, I've been seeing a message in the security history that says "Norton Error Reporting Submission". I subsequently re-scanned the email in question and the Virus Scanner immediately quarantined a Trojan Horse found in the email in question.

DarkSta Regular Contributor5 Reg: 07-Jul-2011 Posts: 332 Solutions: 10 Kudos: 60 Kudos0 Re: Norton error reporting entries: Microsoft Word Posted: 18-Sep-2011 | 3:47AM • Permalink prasanna_a wrote:Hi, These are just internal The 'unauthorized access blocked' notice is actually an after-effect of the ntdll error. Dave Windows 10 x64 | Norton Security | HitmanPro.Alert | VoodooShield | SpywareBlaster Dave20 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 27-Mar-2013 Posts: 273 Solutions: 13 Kudos: 40 Kudos0 Re: Seeing error messages in Norton Kind regards, John mattsegers Super Keylogger Crusher10 Reg: 18-Jan-2009 Posts: 428 Solutions: 1 Kudos: 77 Kudos0 Re: Error Collection - Huge slowdown!

Based upon the way tamper protection works, it looks like Norton Save and Restore 2 has specifically requested to have its area protected but I don't know anything specific about this. What is this, and what information should I put in for anyone to figure out the severity of the situation?  Thanks! Category: Norton Error ReportingDate & Time,Risk,Activity,Status,Error Type,Error Time,Error ID,Error Class,Product Name,Product Version,Process ID,Thread ID,Process Name,Process Version,Process Timestamp,Module Name,Module Version,Module Timestamp,Module Offset,Hash Code,Component Name,Component Id,Error Code,Severity,Error File2011-09-18 10:01:59,Info,Norton Error Reporting Submission,Submitted,Error Condition Me Too0 Last Comment Replies DarkSta Regular Contributor5 Reg: 07-Jul-2011 Posts: 332 Solutions: 10 Kudos: 60 Kudos0 Re: Norton error reporting entries: Microsoft Word Posted: 18-Sep-2011 | 3:15AM • Permalink Found

Error Type Error Time Error ID Error Class Module Name Severity Error Condition Detected Tuesday, 28 September 2010 4:13 PM {6A859D82-79A3-4AC6-881F-66C5C57AD265} 0xD41E85B7 NCW Critical Error Condition Detected Tuesday, 28 September 2010 Ask the experts! Posted: 11-Sep-2011 | 9:43PM • Permalink As everyone commented so far, that is a backround task that runs on a schedule.