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sashwa
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join:2001-01-29
Alcatraz
kudos:17
reply to CalamityJane

Re: Ad-Aware Sept. 12 Update - FP??

Janie, both those Dword values of those entries are 4.

Also, I'm not using Eric Howe's IESPYAD. I do use Spybot immunization though. So maybe Spybot has them listed too.


CalamityJane
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join:2002-08-27
Eustis, FL
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said by sashwa:

Janie, both those Dword values of those entries are 4.

Also, I'm not using Eric Howe's IESPYAD. I do use Spybot immunization though. So maybe Spybot has them listed too.
Ok, a 4 is good. Whatever put it there has put that site into the IE restricted zone. So don't "fix it", it's a FP, too.
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sashwa
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Thanks, Janie. I restored the quarantined files and waiting to hear about a fix before I put the stuff back in quarantine.


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reply to CalamityJane
Object : inetctls.inet
Object : clsid\{48e59293-9880-11cf-9754-00aa00c00908}

FP! These two are related to inetctls.inet and are totally valid for at least some VB & VB.Net applications, especially for developers. If you remove them, I bet your VB apps won't run, compile, and/or load properly.

I do not know about the BarginBuddy entry.
{d27cdb6e-ae6d-11cf-96b8-444553540000}

Fortunately I was thinking FPs as soon as I saw these. So I ran full bore Norton AV, SpyBot, Windows Defender, Hijack,etc., none of which found or reported these.
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