What is it?
loads the different input locales - internat.exe What does it do?
runs at startup; it loads the different input locales that are
specified by the user. The locales to be loaded for the current user
are taken from the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USERKeyboard
Internat.exe loads the "EN" icon into the system tray, allowing
the user to easily switch between locales. This icon disappears when
the process is stopped, but the locales can still be changed through
Control Panel. Note
The locales for the "System" are loaded from here: HKEY_USERS.DEFAULTKeyboard LayoutPreload
These locales are used by system services that are running under
the Local System account or when no user is logged on (for example, at
the logon prompt). You will be able to end this through task manager! More info
The internat.exe which is from Microsoft is located at c:windowsSystem32internat.exe . We've been able to find two viruses that run as internat to trick you.
Win32.HLLW.Ghotex.A [KAV] Symantec