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unknown Aplication

by falgolreh / May 13, 2006 2:29 PM PDT

Hi I have a question to any and all
Have an Aplication on my machine I have no clue
as to the use or what it means

Aplication is IadHide4.dll

Hope some one can Help

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Aplication is IadHide4.dll
by tomron / May 13, 2006 2:48 PM PDT
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I googled and it seems to be spyware.

Click HERE for some free programs.

Don't forget to update.


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by Marianna Schmudlach / May 13, 2006 4:01 PM PDT
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Have a look here:

It states:

"Based on the information I can find it looks like IadHide4.dll is used by the backweb (automatic update) portion of your f-secure Anti-virus. I would leave it alone.

If you want to be sure what program is using IadHide4.dll you can download to your desktop.
Right click on the zipped folder you downloaded and choose Extract all.
Double Click procexp.exe in the folder that opens.
From the top menu click find->find Handle or Dll, in the search box next to Handle or Dll substring: type IadHide4 and click Search.
You should now be able to see IadHide4.dll and the process has it open is listed on the left.
If you do not recognise the process names let me know what it/they are I should be able to tell you."

Also have a look here:

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