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malicious vulnerability Frontpage servers please help

by lee1000 / October 16, 2007 2:03 AM PDT

Can anyone help please.
Web site died last month

I use Frontpage for my website. Thought google had dropped me but now I dont think so.
Found /_vti_bin/_vti_aut/author.dll in my stats online

When viewed I get this
method=

status=

status=262148
osstatus=0
msg=Unknown CONTENT_TYPE: "".
osmsg=

Looked it up
What would this vulnerability let a malicious user do?
A malicious user could exploit this vulnerability to crash the RPC service
on a Windows 2000 server and render it incapable of responding to service requests. This vulnerability would provide no capability for an attacker to gain administrative privileges on the server or to gain unauthorized access to files or other resources on the server.

How can I remove it I have contacted my hosts, but not had a reply
Is it something I can remove or do I have to await my server hosts.

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