On Windows 7,
SSBkgdUpdate.exe pops up every time a non-admin user logs in, asking for the admin password. This is the auto-updater for ScanSoft PaperPort 11.
I tried to zap it by deleting the executable. But it magically reappeared after reboot!
Have you tried uninstalling or just disable it's autostart?
1) Download Start-up Manager
2) After installing Start-up manager, in the left panel "Start sections" Click on "All users."
3) Now in the right panel, look for SSBkgdUpdate.exe, once you find it un-check it.
This will remove SSBkgdUpdate.exe in other accounts , make sure you do this from the administrator account.
I've got the above "Shield with Yellow & Blue 'virus' / dodgy programme" that comes up on start up every time I switch on. I have tried to get rid of it and failed — I've had it for two months.
I looked up
THE SOLUTION FOR ME:
Its properties showed
So I just pressed delete and it has gone and no longer appears on my startup screen!
Just click Start. At the bottom type
Click the tab Startup. Scroll down and uncheck
Warning: Unchecking things will effect the operation of your computer. Most third party can be unchecked. It will then ask you to restart.