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boondox

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Whenever I start a new program I get this...

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Technical details about the intrusion attempt:

Injector application: C:\Program Files\Common Files\LogiShrd\LVMVFM\LVPrcSrv.exe
Description: Logitech LVPrcSrv Module.
File version: 11.1.0.2021
Product name: Logitech QuickCam
Product version: 11.1.0.2021
Created: 2007/7/20, 04:40:48
Modified: 2007/7/20, 04:40:48
Accessed: 2007/11/28, 21:12:46

Target application: C:\Program Files\Mozilla Thunderbird\thunderbird.exe
Description: Mozilla Thunderbird
File version: 1.8.1.9: 2007103104
Product name: Thunderbird
Product version: 2.0.0.9
Created: 2007/8/2, 16:50:57
Modified: 2007/11/19, 03:28:15
Accessed: 2007/11/28, 20:21:28

Address of injection: 0x001B0000

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It doesn't matter what I run. Be it firefox, winrar, or windows media player.

I get notices everytime, and only once at the start of whatever program, that LVPrcSrv.exe is trying to inject code into my apps.

I don't know if it's legitimate or not.

And if it is, I don' know how to proceed in investigating it further.

And if it isn't I'm not sure how to set permissions as of right now, because I if it is legitimately injecting other apps, then I definately don't want to let it run free.

Anyone have an opinion on how to handle this?
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