Anyone know what the CAPICOM.dll in the ICM\bin folder on the router is used for? A security vulnerability in version 188.8.131.52 was identified as far back as 2007 and a new version was released at that time (184.108.40.206). This was back in 7.x days of UCCE but the file continues at least up to 9.0(4). Is this file in icm\bin replaceable with the new version (even as far back as 7.x)? What was the file placed there for? The CAPICOM.dll in Windows is an API extension for Active X cryptographic services but I can't see that being used in modern versions of UCCE. Thanks for any help.
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