Is gcasserv.exe safe or is this task spyware?

Purpose of gcasserv.exe:

File purpose and description:

Gcasserv.exe is a file that was most likely installed at some time after you purchased your computer. The exact disk location is also shown below so you can verify it is not spyware related. This is from Giant Antispyware. This was purchased from Microsoft so this name may be going away as they modify their spyware and adware removal program. This is now known as "Microsoft anti spyware remover", and it is required if you are running their spyware remover software. Gcasserv.exe is considered safe, and the actual disk location is also shown below. (See the details below for the actual location of this file.)

Actual file or task name: (Note that you can view the entire list here)

File type:
This is a running executable program.

File or folder location:
This file will be located on your hard drive at c:\windows\system32\gcasserv.exe

General information:
Be aware that many tasks will be similiar names to existing tasks or processes. You can always view the running tasks on your computer by pressing ctrl-alt-del to view the windows "task manager", and then view the "processes" tab. This will show you all tasks running or currently active on your PC. Although this shows you all running tasks, it does not show dll file thats are loaded, as they get loaded as part of other processes. Many spyware writers attempt to hide their files on your computer, for example, gcasserv.exe may be intentionally misspelled to look like a similiar task, or spyware may be named very similiar to a Windows system task. The reason they do this is so you cannot easily recognize the name in your tasklist as I have mentioned above. Make sure always check the location of the file if you are concerned. You can always find the location of gcasserv.exe on your computer by using your Windows search options, but I will also try to list the file location of every file described on this website, so you can verify the correct location. You can view the entire tasklist directory with the link below.

Jump to the entire processes list here!