From: Richard Urban (richardurbanREMOVETHIS_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Mon, 30 May 2005 10:08:46 -0400
You can install all of the antivirus programs and anti spyware programs you
want. If you do not practice safe computing you will still get burned.
-- Regards, Richard Urban aka Crusty (-: Old B@stard :-) If you knew as much as you think you know, You would realize that you don't know what you thought you knew! "Umwhat" <me.somewhere@somewhere else.com> wrote in message news:14282567-4563-413B-9CAA-62DE02C46E95@microsoft.com... > ...now this is very very peculiar , if you don't ask me , because I found > this name while I browsed the registry driven by a smidgen of curiosity > about > a searcher called WhenUSearch . I found 132.dll by double clicking on a > registry entry , the last kind of entry you could reach when looking > through > the registry where you would open a Window , you know , the last > instance > in the registry where you could open a window . Well , there were , what I > think you call Binary numbers on the left side of the window like 06 08 > 00 > etc...and on the right side of the window , I had to scroll to get to the > far > right side of the window , was a whole lot of the usual ditto marks or > commas or whatever you see would usually in there and as I scrolled down > the > list I came across 132.dll . Now when I look for 132.dll using Google I > find > 132.dll is a Trojan . > My question is why would I find 132.dll in the registry when Avast and > Microsoft AntiSpyware did not see it . As far as I can tell 132.dll has > been > around for quite a while . > -- > signature