What is stpass.exe

stpass.exe is a process from StickyPassword.com. It can be found in the location of %programfiles%\sticky password. It is a potential security risk which can be modified maliciously by virus. stpass.exe virus should be disabled and removed if it was attacked and brought you windows xp/vista/7 errors.




Common stpass.exe Error Messages


  • "Cannot find stpass.exe"
  • "Windows\System32\ stpass.exe missing or corrupt: Please re-install a copy of the above file."
  • "This application failed to start because stpass.exe was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem."
  • "Error run stpass.exe"
  • "File stpass.exe is missing."
  • "... A required component is missing stpass.exe Please install the application again."
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    Common problems:


  • "Windows Defender encountered an error 0x80508018"
  • "Your firewall warns you that this process is requesting access to the network"
  • "No Disk Error"
  • "This process crashes after installation of Windows XP Service Pack 2"
  • Download stpass.exe Remove Tool Now

    stpass.exe error can be caused by any of the below possibilities.

  • Remove certain files by accident
  • Other hardware malfunctioning problems
  • Not enough disk space
  • Non-removal registry files
  • Damaged or incorrect version of the stpass.exe file
  • Unwanted reduction of PC performance
  • Damaged registry
  • Constant Blue Screen of Death errors
  • Incorrect or damaged hardware driver
  • A control panel (.cpl) file is damaged
  • Windows shutdown problems
  • Corrupt or invalid file allocation list, swap file, password list and registry, Incorrect BIOS setting
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