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Hi! There are two processes in my windows 10 that are worrying me. The first is the KMS Connection Broker, which opens and closes at all times, always for a few seconds. My connection is quite slow, the downloads that happened at 1mb / s are now slowing down to about 50kb / s. Can this process contain a virus? I have already identified and deleted the KMS-R@1n logs following information from the forum, but this KMS Connection can not resolve in any way. Can it be related to the slow downloads? The other is Runtime Broker. I understand it's a windows process, but it's behaving strangely. It is taking up many MBs of memory and is running in processes and apps (which I do not even use!) Like: Microsoft Pay, Microsoft Store, Search, Windows Shell, People ... I've gone through all the anti-virus, anti-malware, registry error brokers, and nothing was found. Can you tell if it's a virus, a keylogger, or something? Are these processes 100% secure?