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Why is Run as a Dll Rundill32.exe connecting to GOOGLE


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polarzak

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My firewall keeps catching "Run as a Dll.Rundll32.exe" and advises that it wants to connect to 12.123.123.123 (not the real numbers because I can't remember them now.) I do not let it proceed, however if I manually key that address (whatever the numbers are), in my browser it takes me to Google. I have a thing about Google and want nothing to do with it. Every 5 minutes or so, my firewall is catching this thing trying to connect to Google.
I know XP needs this runDLL32, but why is it trying to connect to Google in the background? More importantly, how do I get rid of it?

Thanks for your help.
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Dll.Rundll32.exe


This MAY indicate signs of an infection.
Only certified advisors can deal with Malware issues on GeekstoGo.
Please go to this link and follow carefully the advice in the link when posting in the Malware forum.


http://www.geekstogo...cleaning-guide/
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Ztruker

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Look in Programs and Features, see if there is anything Google related. If so, uninstall it.

Sounds like Google Updater to me.
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