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Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

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After installing Premiere Pro, a node.js javascript runtime appears in Task Manager. They run in the background when you turn on your PC. But also in the monitoring resources, I noticed unknown ip addresses associated with Premiere Pro and node.exe. Is this a virus, if not, what are these IP addresses used for?Снимок 2.jpegСнимок.jpeg

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Adobe Employee , Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

Hi @Vitek_Scalettov the Node.js Runtime is a component used by the Creative Cloud desktop application. You can verify this by right-clicking on it in Task Manager and choosing "Open File Location". You will see it takes you to a Program Files location for Creative Cloud.

 

As for those IP addresses, it looks like you are using Team Projects in Premiere Pro, and that uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) which is what those IP addresses are pointing to. Nothing out of the ordinary there.

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Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

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None of us would have a clue.

 

@mattchristensen or @WesHowellPPro  ... comment?

 

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Hi @Vitek_Scalettov the Node.js Runtime is a component used by the Creative Cloud desktop application. You can verify this by right-clicking on it in Task Manager and choosing "Open File Location". You will see it takes you to a Program Files location for Creative Cloud.

 

As for those IP addresses, it looks like you are using Team Projects in Premiere Pro, and that uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) which is what those IP addresses are pointing to. Nothing out of the ordinary there.

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