|Subject:||Vulnerable, Outdated, Dangerous DLLS|
|Posted by:||baumgrenze (baumgren…@yahoo.com)|
|Date:||Thu, 8 May 2008|
Does anyone know of a comprehensive list of dlls that are considered
dangerous, outdated, and vulnerable?
As an alternative, are there online (or installable) software routines
which look for such dlls and warn about their presence?
I am trying to do a quick scan to satisfy myself that a storage disk
which contains an outdated "Program Files" folder does not have
vulnerable dlls buried in one of the "Common" folders endemic to
Windows which clearly save space but make such dlls much harder to