The a0132450.dll file is a part of DivX MPEG-4 Video Codec. The DivX (not to be confused with DivX software) is a hacked copy of Microsoft MPEG-4 Version 3 video codec.
In 1998, famous hacker Jerome Rota hacked the codec because newer versions of Windows Media wouldn’t play his video portfolio and resume that it was encoded in. So instead of recoding his portfolio, he decided to change the codec. He’s noted for saying, “It took about a week.”
Until 2002, the P2P communities ripped countless DVDs using this newly enhanced codec. Once the gateway to hacking codec was opened, Trojans started to piggyback the codec.
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