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    JPGUtils.dll Spyware/Virus according to NA?

    Has anyone heard of this file? JPGUtils.dll
    Norton Antivirus picked it up, but searching their security response site for such file, brings up a "No results for your search were found." Norton picks it up as a Spyware.ABCkeylogger. From what I've read doing a brief google search, the file is used to convert larged sized bitmap images into jpegs. Maybe someone knows what program this might come with or maybe its legit spyware? I'll scan with spybot, and see what it returns.

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    Something like Spybot or Lavasoft Adaware should be able to shift it, but IME, there has been times when Norton has found spyware which adaware or spyware haven't detected.

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    Which happens to be the case, neither adaware nor spybot detected it. I just find it strange that its detectable by Norton, but its not in their site database.

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    Whats the path to it on disk?

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    C:\WINDOWS\system32\
    I already deleted it off of my system, now one of my photo programs might not work, but I'm not too worried about that

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    hrm....I think that some software can get mistaken for spyware.


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