NOTE: This is and old thread.
Jpeg virus vulnerability. There's a new virus threat to jpeg files.http://www.us-cert.gov/cas/techalerts/TA04-260A.htmlA scanner used by many to check their system for a vulnerability is showing a dll in the Bentley directory:C:\Progra m Files\Bentley\Program\Install\VBA6\release\pFiles\Common\MSShared\Office10\mso.dll
While this version of the dll is vulnerable to attack, it is not actually in use by the program. Notice that the path to the dll includes the "Install" folder. The Install folder holds files that sometimes get installed during the load of MicroStation. The files are copied from the Install directory to another directory where they are put to use. Thisparticular file, mso.dll, is one that gets automatically updated by the Windows update.
This is why the only vulnerable version is found in the Install directory, where it is NOT running.If you see this file with "Install" in the path on a scan result, do two things.1. Delete the file. It's not in use anyway.2. Make sure all Windows updates have been run so the "working" version of this file is more up to date and therefore NOT vulnerable to the virus.