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Wrinkly Pete

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Since downloading and installing the last batch of updates for my Windows Vista PC I keep getting an OGAEXEC.EXE trying to "phone home" at IP Address detected by my AVG software. I have the options to block or allow but have NO idea what it is.
I checked at the liutilities process library, and they haven't heard of it (yet).
As it appeared immediately after restarting the PC following the Microsoft updates, I'm assuming it's something to do with Vista?

[Later Edit]
I think it is be connected with Microsoft Office Genuine Advantage KB949810 update ???
When I went to use Microsoft Office Outlook I got a message telling me my copy is illegal!
As far as I know my copy of Microsoft Office is genuine, so why has Microsoft started telling me it isn't?
Any ideas please? :)

Edited by Wrinkly Pete, 26 August 2009 - 02:56 PM.

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