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Two rundll32's in task manager


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I was wondering if it was normal for my computer.
Dell Dimension 2400
2.81Ghz Proccessor
768Mbs RAM

In my task manager there are two (2) "rundll32.exe" running on my computer, I read somewhere that some type of worm disguises itself as that file... so I was wondering if I have an infection, I have also posted a HiJackThis log on the Malware forums.. check it out if you need to, would greatly appreciate your help!


Thanks in advance!
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Do you have a Nvidia graphics card?
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Yes, that I do, an nVidia GeForce FX5200
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Whats The Graphics got to do with it
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NVIDIA is known to use rundll32 to load its dynamic link libraries into memory.

Edited by LostAccount, 23 August 2005 - 09:00 AM.

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