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Forum Thread: Insecure program imageuploader.4.1.ocx

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Hansk Insecure program imageuploader.4.1.ocx
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This program is insecure. It is part of facebook photo uploader. The program is also hidden in folder C:\windows\downloaded program files I cant see the program with window explorer, I have to use run commands. I have tried uninstalling it using run commands regsvr32 (which returned a successful message), but the program is still there. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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Anthony Wells RE: Insecure program imageuploader.4.1.ocx
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Last edited on 15th Nov, 2009 20:02
Perhaps the method described by Maurice Joyce in this thread will help you locate the file :-


http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/304...

What you do with it , the file , I'm not sure .

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Hansk RE: Insecure program imageuploader.4.1.ocx
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Thanks for your help.I was able to find and delete the active-x using the DOS prompt command. Issue has been resolved.

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