While VulnDetect has the capability of detecting libraries, then this is beyond the current scope of VulnDetect.
However, due to the fact that this is being actively exploited and I can see that there is a LOT of software, including Avira AntiVir, WinRAR, XnView, PeaZip, Bandizip, SpeedCommander, and tonnes of software I never heard about, that utilizes it and sounds like it could provide attack vectors, I will add it for now.
But do not expect us to support libraries in general, anytime soon.
Later in the week, when the second iteration of our bundling is going live, then I will let the security state of unacev2.dll affect the state of the parent program.
Detection added. However, I did not find a good way to retrieve information beyond the 0.3 or 0.3.0.0. And all users had the same version, so we have to assess if there is a better way of detecting this as new versions are released.