Our vulnerability scanner has identified dunzip32.dll as a potential problem it occurs in the following locations:
On SLTCP-Finance it occurs in:
C:\Program Files\AutoCAD LT 2009
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Datawatch Shared
On SLTCP-GP, it occurs in:
My thought is to change the name to dunzip32.dl_ to disable it. Would that have any effect on Great Plains or other related applications?
This file is not related to GP that I am aware of.
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