How to add custom CLSID's to block with SpywareBlaster

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  1. russellzwatermelon

    russellzwatermelon Registered Member

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    I need Help please!!

    I was reading the replies to this post and I've tried spywareblaster and adaware. I tried overriding the cookies as well and nothing seems to help. My homepage recently changed from yahoo.com to about:blank and I've had pop ups pop up as to where before I never had pop ups. I don't know what to do can someone help me please!?! Everytime I set my homepage back to yahoo it ends up going back to about:blank and I don't know how to keep it from doing that.
    Thank you
     
  2. G2005

    G2005 Guest

    I would like to block toolbar installations, Yahoo's, Google's.

    Could someone post the CLSID's to block these?

    THANKS!
     
  3. G2004

    G2004 Guest

    Hi russellzwatermelon,

    This is how I did it:

    Create a text file and add this to it...

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\ProtocolDefaults]
    "about"=dword:00000004
    "about:"=dword:00000004

    Then save and rename the file to noabout.reg , right click on the file and choose merge, clcik okay on the prompt.

    After you have done that, go to your Internet options, change your homepage to whatever you want, close your browser and then reboot.

    If you still see a blank page or something other than your homepage, you have something lerking within you system.

    Scan with Ad-aware, Search & Destroy, Pest Control, and a updated Virus Scanner.

    Good luck!
     
  4. lschmidt

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    When I enter something to be blocked,somehow the items become unblocked
    and unchecked.These are planted when I enter a certain website.How can I
    get them blocked from being planted as the site is a good source of computer
    related information.
    {48E59293-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    {48E59294-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    {48E59295-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    {48E59292-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    {48E59290-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    {48E59291-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
     
  5. keith22uk

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    Can anyone help me with a very persistant pest.
    hxxp: //www.smileycentral.com/?partner=ZNxuk166
    It comes up a lot of times and I tried blocking it using this CLSID I found using view source and the notepad text coming up.
    {07B18EAB-A523-4961-B6BB-170DE4475CCA}
    But this doesn't work. Is there another way I can stop this persistant pest or another spyware remover that someone knows that does remove it.
    I also have Adaware and spybot search & destroy the latest updates and still it comes up.
     
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  6. kofighter

    kofighter Guest

    hey can some one try to help me find the CLSID for this site.

    hxxp: //www.free6.se/

    this pop up is so annoying it keep coming out when ever i click on internet explorer. i am currently using spywareblaster and spybot, but it doesn't block this site. please help.
     
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  7. biid

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    Hi i'm new... i added the block list to spyware blaster after finding this forum in an attempt to get rid of bingofun. The list has been awesome and i have an upgraded version of spyblaster. The problem is, bingofun is still finding it's way into my computer. It seems to be coming in through Jasc Software of any kind. My anti spyware cleans it and uninstalls the Jasc in the process, everytime i try to use it (Jasc program, photo album 5 or paint :cool:, then scan... there is bingofun again.

    i have uninstalled then removed the program file using the Gutman remove method and have tried to install a clean dl... but still find bingofun just after installing. Can you help?

    many thanks

    biid
     
  8. snapdragin

    snapdragin Registered Member

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    Keith22uk - You can try uninstalling Smiley Central through the Add/Remove Programs while in Safe Mode, but since this type of freeware package usually installs other 3rd party programs which may contain spyware, you might want to consider having a HijackThis log reviewed by a Spyware Expert to help you manually remove any infection your anti-spyware programs are not removing.

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    kofighter - If you are still receiving pop-ups, then it may be that your computer is still infected with a hijacker. You can try running several anti-spyware program with your computer in safe mode, and also doing online virus scan, but I would suggest you also follow up with having a HijackThis log reviewed at one of the forums that offer one-on-one log analysis for further cleanup.

    ======

    Since we no longer offer one-on-one hijackthis log reviews and adware/spyware cleaning service here at Wilders; you can find a list of the recommended sites that do provide spyware removal services here:

    Recommended sites for HijackThis review: http://a-sap.org/ or here: http://asap.maddoktor2.com/

    On-line virus scans: Free Services


    Regards,

    snap
     
  9. snapdragin

    snapdragin Registered Member

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    lunasatic - Since your problem is related to "SpywareBlaster Updates" and not related to this thread "How to add custom CLSID's to block with SpywareBlaster", I have split it off of this thread and into a thread of it's own.

    You can find your thread here: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=58160
     
  10. Leo

    Leo Guest

    Newbie question

    Umm.. as a newbie, (and liking SB I can tell you) I'm wondering what to do with the new things that I find (tracking cookies).

    I know spyware blaster has a big database, and you guys are all talking about how to add things to the database. (the CLD.. thingy..)

    I found a cookie with adaware. Just one, so its a vast improvement. But I don't know how to find the number to custom add it. you guys have probably found out how to do that, and I just haven't found it yet. Is there a nack? 'cos I ain't technical or anything, just wanting my computer to be cleaned off of stuff.

    the cookie I found was named this:

    C:\WINDOWS\Cookies\anyuser@tribalfusion[1].txt

    So.. like... what do I do with it to block it off? I know its just a cookie, but I was wondering.
     
  11. snapdragin

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    mcgilbdd (David) - Hi David. Since your questions are unrelated to this thread's topic, I have split it off into a thread of it's own and gave it a title: "Does SpywareBlaster add a browser helper to IE? [mcgilbdd]"

    You can find your thread's location here: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=63329
     
  12. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Kxpuc Guest....I have split your post off into a thread of it's own. Please continue your comments in the below thread and see the post already made.

    Regards,
    Bubba

    This thread---> website with a bunch of CLSID's
     
  13. Lebowsky

    Lebowsky Registered Member

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    sorry, but i ama very confused, i dont know whats going on.

    right now i upgraded this excellent program 'spywareblaster' from version 3.2 to version 3.3.

    now, i am a bit hazy, but i remember adding the custom block list in version3.2 it started out like this:

    [Header]
    ListNumber=207

    [0]
    Name=180solutions | saiemod.dll
    CLSID={5DAFD089-24B1-4c5e-BD42-8CA72550717B}
    [1]
    Name=2020Search | 2020Search.dll
    CLSID={4E1075F4-EEC4-4a86-ADD7-CD5F52858C31}
    [2]
    Name=ACSearch toolbar | Toolbar.dll
    CLSID={F7B040B5-307B-4FAC-BB93-556A08156BAC}
    [3]
    Name=AdBlock | Aphelper.dll (1)
    CLSID={08C63920-DC18-11D2-9E1E-00A0247061AB


    ....................etc.
    adding it was very simple, but i dont remember how i did it.
    now, before unstalling the 3.2 version, i copied the text file"customblocking.txt" to my desktop, thinking that the subsequent adding of the list in 3.3 would be easy....but it isint.

    i remember the instructions were posted here as well as in "aumaha' forum, but it has been removed from them both.

    the list is incredibly long, are we actually supposed to add the CLSID's one by one?it will take a million years for me to do that!
    is ther no simple way?
    i already have copied the .txt file in the spywareblaster folder, and when i went into tools/custom blocking, i find that it asks me to add each clsid one by one??

    please advise, thank you.
     
  14. Lebowsky

    Lebowsky Registered Member

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    ok, i am not sure, i renemed the text file from"customblocking.txt" to just plain"customblocking" in the programs folder of spywareblaster,.........the list appears to be automatically included, BUT IT NEVER TURNED RED!

    heres how it looks now
     

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  15. Guys and gals
    First of all you should know what is CLSID in order to avoid flaming this thread.
    CLSID stands for "Class ID" - it is a number that identifies given ACTIVEX CONTROL and nothing more.

    No Processes, No site URLs, No Cookies

    1. Process is result of application being started in the memory from the operating system.
    So that when you run Internet Explorer, the operating system creates process for IEXPLORE.EXE
    You can see the PID (Process ID) in Task Manager (CTRL-ALT-DEL)

    2. When you navigate to a given URL Internet Explorer tries to identify teh Internet Zone for this URL (Tools-Internet Options-Security-"Restricted Sites" or "Trusted Sites" or "Local Intranet")
    If the specified URL does not match a site in these lists - it is considered as Internet zone site.

    When zone for a given URL is identified - rules for this zone are applied. (Tools-Internet Options-Security-Custom Level)
    So as you see URL "blocking" (adding URL/URL mask to Restricted sites) has nothing to do with CLSIDs

    There is another way for somewhat "real blocking" of given URL - either you should have access to your DNS server, or to use hosts file to mask the URL to point to localhost(127.0.0.1) for example. File "hosts" is used for example by SpyBot S&D for blocking some sites.
    Notice that when your "hosts" file is too big it will slowdown the work of Internet Explorer. For more info about hosts file - search google.
    Yet again to say - URL (site) blocking has nothing to do with CLSIDs

    3. Cookies are nothing more than a text file in your cookies folder. It can contain some information about the site you have visited and when was that, eventually it can contain some sort of identifiyng information - MD5/SHA hash of your password, or something.
    In general cookies itself can't cause harm.

    With a cookie a site can provide information to internet advertising agency that you have visited their site.
    With cookie a forum site may know that you wish not to enter your password every time you visit the specified forum, but to be logged automatically.
    In order to provide this in cookie is stored information (hash) that is unique for your username and password, but not the username and password themselves.

    So if you want to block cookies you should look at Tools-Internet Options-Privacy in Internet Explorer - It has nothing to do with CLSIDs

    4. So what exactly does custom blocking in SpywareBlaster then?
    It blocks execution of given classes as Browser Helper Objects (BHO) (You can think about BHO as toolbars in Internet Explorer)
    Also it may also block a given ActiveX to be scripted in Internet Explorer.

    In plain words, it will prevent adware component to be loaded and run in Internet Explorer.

    To know what is the CLSID you should first identify all the files that can potentially cause harm and are eventually used in Internet Explorer.
    These files will usually be *.exe/*.dll/*.ocx, where * stands for the real filename and exe/dll/ocx stands for the file type.
    When you know the filename you should search in registry for it (without the file type extension, because it might be registered in registry with *.tlb file)

    So lets suppose you identified file Flash.ocx is causing harm on your computer (For the purposes of example I will use Macromedia Flash)
    When searching in registry you would find:
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{1171A62F-05D2-11D1-83FC-00A0C9089C5A}\InprocServer32
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000}\InprocServer32
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{D27CDB70-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000}\InprocServer32
    having default value of something like C:\WINDOWS\system32\macromed\flash\Flash.ocx

    You would also find a lot of other keys/values that have "Flash" in their name and/or contents
    But you need only these where you find it as filename in (Default) value of InprocServer32/InprocServer branches

    So you have probably already figured out that the CLSIDs for this file (Flash.ocx) are
    1171A62F-05D2-11D1-83FC-00A0C9089C5A
    D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000
    D27CDB70-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000

    You would eventually add them to custom blocking in SpywareBlaster if you dont want Flash.ocx to run in your browser.
    Notice that this may cause you browser and operating system work unstable, so that all you do - you do it on your own risk.

    Kind Regards,
    Zlatin Zlatev,
    MCSD
    zlatin.zlatev -(at)- gmail.com
     
  16. Lebowsky

    Lebowsky Registered Member

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    not to be off-topic or anything, but the ability to just DISABLE the home-page settings in IE-6 is just brilliant Javacool!
    i keep my default homebage"about:blank", but i would like to ask anyone who is reading, does it work?
    i wouldnt recommend to anyone to purposefully see if after enabling the option in 'spywareblaster' wether ie page gets 'hijacked' somehow, BUT i am sure someone must have tried it, just to see what happens?
    if so, please share your experience.
    { i rarely use IE, got a taste of 'firefox' a few months back, and have never looked back}

    is this u,?
    h**p://www.icq.com/whitepages/wwp.php?Uin=24833377

    sorry Mods if posting above link isint allowed!
     
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  17. biid

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    Hi,

    Recently i read that "about blank" can be altered as a bho or higher level threat. i hadn't heard anything about removal or blocking. Tonight while using X Cleaner, i found about an "about blank" problem (i had to scan in safe mode to remove it) after removing it i added it to custom blocking and it seems have taken care of the problem.

    about blank {02478d38-c3f9-4efb-9b51-7695eca05670}
     
  18. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    That CSLID should not have anything to do with the CWS associated about:blank....due to the fact it is part of the Yahoo Companion Toolbar o_O

    Did X Cleaner give you the indication that CSLID was about:blank....and if so....what info did it give ?
     
  19. biid

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    Actually it came in the form of a popup, i'm working full time for an online advertising company, i check websites for popups, adware, spyware and other nasties. Because of that i spend a good portion of my day looking at sites without the benefit of popup blockers. Run a google using the keywords "about blank virus adware" for more info

    "The About:Blank homepage hijacker is a variation of a more advanced Cool Web Search hijacker. There are several variants of the About:Blank hijacker and all of them are difficult to remove manually. This hijacker is also referred to as the HomeOldSP hijacker because of the changes to the registry that can be seen using HijackThis such as

    R1 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,HomeOldSP = about:blank

    This is very similar in characteristics to the random dll hijacker also known as HomeSearch Hijacker that came out around the same time. The key to the hijack is a hidden dll file that is connected to a BHO (Browser Hijack Object). This hidden dll file shows up in the following registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows\\AppInit_DLLs

    Unfortunately removing this About:Blank hijacker can be difficult. Its a very persistent problem that can return quickly if it is not removed carefully."

    Edited to add: btw, my computer and the computers of my friends are clean, secure and happy, thanks to the advice i've read in this forum.
     
  20. mikecase5

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    hope these help





    [31]
    Name=Bizrate toolbar | Bizratebar.dll
    CLSID={13707362-08A2-11D3-A26D-0060976E9E6A}
    [32]
    Name=BlazeFind | 3_0_1browserhelper3.dll
    CLSID={C5941EE5-6DFA-11D8-86B0-0002441A9695}
    [33]
    Name=BlazeFind/SearchRelevancy hijacker | SearchRelevancy.dll/SEARCH~*.dll
    CLSID={1D7E3B41-23CE-469B-BE1B-A64B877923E1}
    [34]
    Name=BLSEARCH/NZSEARCH | SEARCHENH1.DLL/SearchEnh2.dll (1)
    CLSID={37D2CDBF-2AF4-44AA-8113-BD0D2DA3C2B8}
    [35]
    Name=BLSEARCH/NZSEARCH | SEARCHENH1.DLL/SearchEnh2.dll (2)
    CLSID={37D2CDBF-2AF4-44AA-8113-BD0D2DA3C2B8}_
    [36]
    Name=BLSEARCH/NZSEARCH | SEARCHENH1.DLL/SearchEnh2.dll (3)
    CLSID=_{37D2CDBF-2AF4-44AA-8113-BD0D2DA3C2B8}
    [37]
    Name=Bonzi | WebCompassBar.dll
    CLSID={71B8AB7E-CB3F-4471-878E-8E1DFDF49B8B}
    [38]
    Name=BrowserAid/Startium | E6F1873B.DLL
    CLSID={A70F6A1D-0195-42A2-934C-D8AC0F7C08EB}
    [39]
    Name=BrowserAid/Startium | stlb2.dll
    CLSID={12EE7A5E-0674-42F9-A76B-000000004D00}
    [40]
    Name=BrowserAid/Startium | stlbad123.dll/stlbupdt.dll (1)
    CLSID={2CF0B992-5EEB-4143-99C0-5297EF71F44B}
    [41]
    Name=BrowserAid/Startium | stlbad123.dll/stlbupdt.dll (2)
    CLSID={2CF0B992-5EEB-4143-99C2-5297EF71F44B}
    [42]
    Name=CasinoRewards | CasinoRewardsExplorerToolbar.dll
    CLSID={FF905E0C-CFE9-4A90-AFFF-C13AF5D908F0}
    [43]
    Name=CheckUrl | CheckUrl.dll
    CLSID={A9EEF0D7-5695-45BA-8943-ED3B95A50BD2}
    [44]
    Name=CHM exploit | 008k.com (1)
    CLSID={11111111-1111-1111-1111-118413152376}
    [45]
    Name=CHM exploit | 008k.com (2)
    CLSID={11111111-1111-1111-1111-118890292002}
    [46]
    Name=CHM exploit | start.chm (1)
    CLSID={869EE607-5376-486D-8DAC-EDC8E239AD5F}
    [47]
    Name=CHM exploit | start.chm (2)
    CLSID={9DBB80E2-B681-4765-8A5F-AD3994C9B4F3}
    [48]
    Name=ClientMan | disable1.dll
    CLSID={BA77911B-A393-4A2E-B5B5-5B8ED17D7B43}
    [49]
    Name=ClientMan | ms****.dll/urlcli*******.dll
    CLSID={94927A13-4AAA-476A-989D-392456427688}
    [50]
    Name=ClientMan | Newads~1.dll
    CLSID={0982868C-47F0-4EFB-A664-C7B0B1015808}
    [51]
    Name=Clitor | EXPLORER.DLL
    CLSID={1E1B2879-88FF-11D2-8D96-123457123457}
    [52]
    Name=CNET SearchBar | cnetsearchbar.dll
    CLSID={862fb893-b24b-4fad-80d3-a1158eb34db4}
    [53]
    Name=Commander Toolbar | sbb.dll
    CLSID={29F7B7FA-ADC8-48ea-9E1C-EA87A05AE642}
    [54]
    Name=CommonName | CNBarIE.dll
    CLSID={A3E3F04C-F98C-4295-95EF-41C57425B077}
    [55]
    Name=CommonName/Agent
    CLSID={9346A6BB-1ED0-4174-AFB4-13CD4EC0AA40}
    [56]
    Name=Compaq related | Qrscript.dll
    CLSID={4178A354-348B-11D3-9AB2-00805F1A0ADB}
    [57]
    Name=contextuad | mpegcore.dll
    CLSID={57A70350-87D9-4EA2-B3AC-C1C1B5296035}
    [58]
    Name=CoolWebSearch | coolwebsearch-info.dll/info.dll
    CLSID={E3EEBBE8-9CAB-4C76-B26A-747E25EBB4C6}
    [59]
    Name=CoolWebSearch | IPREG32.DLL/WEBDLG32.DLL
    CLSID={031B6D43-CBC4-46A5-8E46-CF8B407C1A33}
    [60]
    Name=Copernic Meta toolbar | CopernicMeta.dll
    CLSID={F79AD27F-8140-4E33-8B1D-C4FC6B663CCA}
    [61]
    Name=CouponBar | CouponBar.dll
    CLSID={FB986A68-EAE4-11D4-9BD1-0080C6F60B6A}
    [62]
    Name=CWS related | ******.dll
    CLSID={A9A674BF-771F-42E5-A440-D20DDA85A862}
    [63]
    Name=CWS related | iehr.dll
    CLSID={2FF5573C-0EB5-43db-A1B2-C4326813468E}
    [64]
    Name=CWS related | MS****.DLL
    CLSID={1F48AA48-C53A-4E21-85E7-AC7CC6B5FFB1}
    [65]
    Name=CWS related | sr.dll
    CLSID={FC2593E3-3E5A-410F-AF3D-82613CCE58E5}
    [66]
    Name=CWS.CameUp Toolband (1)
    CLSID={1DE9EE01-DF51-49DB-9BDD-5990B35C1C2A}
    [67]
    Name=CWS.CameUp Toolband (2)
    CLSID={95B92D92-8B7D-4A19-A3F1-43113B4DBCAF}
    [68]
    Name=CWS.JKSearch
    CLSID={3F143C3A-1457-6CCA-03A7-7AA23B61E40F}
    [69]
    Name=DAP | Dapbho.dll
    CLSID={0000CC75-ACF3-4cac-A0A9-DD3868E06852}
    [70]
    Name=DAP | Dapiebar.dll
    CLSID={0096CC0A-623C-4829-AD9C-19AF0DC9D8FE}
    [71]
    Name=DashBar | DashBar15.dll
    CLSID={CC90CDA0-74A0-45b4-80EF-D89CA8C249B8}
    [72]
    Name=Dealhelper.com | Dealhlpr.dll
    CLSID={D848A3CA-0BFB-4DE0-BA9E-A57F0CCA1C13}
    [73]
    Name=Dialer | UDPMOD.DLL
    CLSID={4BCF322B-9621-4e90-9678-F1424EB7584E}
    [74]
    Name=DigitalMe toolbar
    CLSID={72EFCEB7-436E-11D3-93ED-0008C7396667}
    [75]
    Name=direkti.com | flashplayer.cab (1)
    CLSID={D27CDB6E-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540000}
    [76]
    Name=direkti.com | flashplayer.cab (2)
    CLSID={D27CDB6E-AE6D-11CF-96B8-444553540001}
    [77]
    Name=Douwantit Shopping Assistant | Duwibco.dll
    CLSID={B3269F9A-6521-4793-A951-3E9A9B2E55E7}
    [78]
    Name=Easybar | EasyBarShell.dll
    CLSID={9AD55269-A21C-4260-BA7F-866FD09E8A8E}
    [79]
    Name=Ebay Toolbar | eBayband.dll
    CLSID={46AE04C0-BCFA-4728-90E7-00EB4A8B3863}
    [80]
    Name=eBlaster | mstfgher.dll/msnetxxi.dll
    CLSID={89044184-F260-4FDD-8FAB-2662814846E5}
    [81]
    Name=eClickz | Eclickz.dll/ToolBand.dll
    CLSID={0E1230F8-EA50-42A9-983C-D22ABC2EED3B}
    [82]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (01)
    CLSID={02C20140-76F8-4763-83D5-B660107BABCD}
    [83]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (02)
    CLSID={0A1D22C3-37BE-470C-9C29-E3074EE0574B}
    [84]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (03)
    CLSID={276B0903-EB4B-46FF-8304-F093DEF69DE7}
    [85]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (04)
    CLSID={28CAEFF3-0F18-4036-B504-51D73BD81ABC}
    [86]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (05)
    CLSID={28CAEFF3-0F18-4036-B504-51D73BD81C3A}
    [87]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (06)
    CLSID={4AFF987A-773B-48E4-AEE8-08EBDDBDADF8}
    [88]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (07)
    CLSID={825CF5BD-8862-4430-B771-0C15C5CA880F}
    [89]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (0:cool:
    CLSID={8AA59E15-6E81-415C-B299-1ADFB50C8E1A}
    [90]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (09)
    CLSID={A74CD7DD-EA6F-11D4-ABF3-000102378429}
    [91]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (10)
    CLSID={A9B28EF6-ABF3-463B-A3D8-4D0D0BADFADC}
    [92]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (11)
    CLSID={BE8D0059-D24D-4919-B76F-99F4A2203647}
    [93]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (12)
    CLSID={CA9FC31A-6F35-4493-B629-E64BD6170A17}
    [94]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (13)
    CLSID={CAAB3B3F-E815-47D9-94FD-8BB9143C0077}
    [95]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (14)
    CLSID={ED103D9F-3070-4580-AB1E-E5C179C1AE41}
    [96]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (15)
    CLSID={ED646219-20BF-41E5-80FD-EE49021DA599}
    [97]
    Name=EliteBar/SearchMiracle | Elitebar.dll, EliteBar/EliteToolBar/EliteSideBar **.dll (16)
    CLSID={FA6548E9-78F5-4025-9D7B-FC1367789C38}
    [98]
    Name=Enhancemysearch | Helper100.dll
    CLSID={017C20C1-F86F-11D8-9B25-000ACD002AE3}
    [99]
    Name=eUniverse/Flowgo | flgobar.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-C0FF-FD63B399BC7D}
    [100]
    Name=eUniverse/SirSearch | Searchbr.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-C0FC-F76FA694BF2E}
    [101]
    Name=Exact | eXactToolbar.dll/Exacttoolbar*****.dll
    CLSID={224530A0-C9CB-4AEE-9C0F-54AC1B533211}
    [102]
    Name=eXact Advertising | MSBE.DLL/mscb.dll/nvms.dll (1)
    CLSID={AEECBFDA-12FA-4881-BDCE-8C3E1CE4B344}
    [103]
    Name=eXact Advertising | MSBE.DLL/mscb.dll/nvms.dll (2)
    CLSID={CE188402-6EE7-4022-8868-AB25173A3E14}
    [104]
    Name=eXact Advertising | MSBE.DLL/mscb.dll/nvms.dll (3)
    CLSID={F4E04583-354E-4076-BE7D-ED6A80FD66DA}
    [105]
    Name=Excite | X8bar.dll
    CLSID={04719991-296F-4958-AA0F-FA25FFA5008B}
    [106]
    Name=EZCybersearch variant | Surebar.dll
    CLSID={270B845C-712C-4773-BEE0-AE2D2001CD0F}
    [107]
    Name=ezSearching | ctav3.dll/ctavp5.dll
    CLSID={B418B139-414D-4374-820F-EE74520C5A0D}
    [108]
    Name=ezSearching | Testadit3.dll
    CLSID={2F24B54D-3A27-11D8-8169-00C02623048A}
    [109]
    Name=Friends.fr | Msvri.dll
    CLSID={08DBDE36-DF28-11D5-8CA5-0050DA44A764}
    [110]
    Name=FunWeb
    CLSID={63D0ED2D-B45B-4458-8B3B-60C69BBBD83C}
    [111]
    Name=GameNet Bar | GameBar.dll (1)
    CLSID={4E4B8455-0390-4417-8774-6868F5544810}
    [112]
    Name=GameNet Bar | GameBar.dll (2)
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-C0FF-FD69B994BD7D}
    [113]
    Name=GameNet Bar | GameBar.dll (3)
    CLSID={55EDFA0E-B812-4AE5-94CC-8ABE6EA13515}
    [114]
    Name=Gator
    CLSID={21FFB6C0-0DA1-11D5-A9D5-00500413153C}
    [115]
    Name=GreasyPalm Bar | GPalm.dll
    CLSID={8272B062-BD4D-4EAD-A149-45B3CE3F5CDA}
    [116]
    Name=Guardian | Az3API.DLL
    CLSID={7C842451-7A10-4E9C-9F75-CFE9BB9C4A68}
    [117]
    Name=HackerSmacker | IrlOnIE.dll
    CLSID={316AEF8D-3C37-423E-9E6E-13820A9DC37A}
    [118]
    Name=Health and Fitness toolbar
    CLSID={4A20B7AF-2835-47EF-BBBF-09CAF8AF2907}
    [119]
    Name=HotBar | ctor.dll
    CLSID={204F937E-519E-4597-96FA-8F1F59F3CB6D}
    [120]
    Name=HP Explore Toolbar | Hptoolkt.dll/hpdtlk02.dll
    CLSID={B2847E28-5D7D-4DEB-8B67-05D28BCF79F5}
    [121]
    Name=HP/Veritas DLA | tfswshx.dll
    CLSID={5CA3D70E-1895-11CF-8E15-001234567890}
    [122]
    Name=HTMLEdit | LIE1D6FF.DLL (1)
    CLSID={0D7DC475-59EB-4781-985F-A6F5D4E2BC73}
    [123]
    Name=HTMLEdit | LIE1D6FF.DLL (2)
    CLSID={81270159-E8F9-4713-9646-03531E0EEF58}
    [124]
    Name=HuntBar | toolbar.dll
    CLSID={339BB23F-A864-48C0-A59F-29EA915965EC}
    [125]
    Name=IEWatch monitoring | Iewatch.dll
    CLSID={85DDD882-701E-401B-8A7D-D51227048214}
    [126]
    Name=IGetNet URLsearchhook variant | BHO.DLL/rsp.dll/Winstart.exe (1)
    CLSID={CFBFAE00-17A6-11D0-99CB-00C04FD64497}
    [127]
    Name=IGetNet URLsearchhook variant | BHO.DLL/rsp.dll/Winstart.exe (2)
    CLSID={CFBFAE00-17A6-11D0-99CB-00C04FD64497}_
    [128]
    Name=IGetNet URLsearchhook variant | BHO.DLL/rsp.dll/Winstart.exe (3)
    CLSID=_{CFBFAE00-17A6-11D0-99CB-00C04FD64497}
    [129]
    Name=IGetNet URLsearchhook variant | BHO.DLL/rsp.dll/Winstart.exe (4)
    CLSID=~CFBFAE00-17A6-11D0-99CB-00C04FD64497}
    [130]
    Name=i-lookup | Drbr.dll
    CLSID={382AA497-20D7-4EBB-A188-74660465940D}
    [131]
    Name=i-lookup | waeb.dll
    CLSID={11F6B95F-0774-4B8D-8C9E-6B552CBCAD14}
    [132]
    Name=IncrediFind/Keenvalue | incfindbho.dll (1)
    CLSID={4FC95EDD-4796-4966-9049-29649C80111D}
    [133]
    Name=IncrediFind/Keenvalue | incfindbho.dll (2)
    CLSID={5D60FF48-95BE-4956-B4C6-6BB168A70310}
    [134]
    Name=InstallShield DigitalWizard | Phook.dll
    CLSID={C8847EEA-72D6-11D4-AB4F-00B0D02332EE}
    [135]
    Name=Internet Marketing Toolbar Pro | mybands.dll
    CLSID={4647E382-520B-11D2-A0D0-004033D0645D}
    [136]
    Name=iPIX | ipixx.ocx
    CLSID={11260943-421B-11D0-8EAC-0000C07D88CF}
    [137]
    Name=iWon | Iwonbar.dll (1)
    CLSID={CA0B9B6D-C2AF-11D3-B376-0800460222F0}
    [138]
    Name=iWon | Iwonbar.dll (2)
    CLSID={CA0B9B71-C2AF-11D3-B376-0800460222F0}
    [139]
    Name=KazaaMate | Keywords001.dll
    CLSID={F104576A-91BA-40AD-91DE-2C20801339AB}
    [140]
    Name=Kontiki | bh******.dll (1)
    CLSID={029CA12C-89C1-46a7-A3C7-82F2F98635CB}
    [141]
    Name=Kontiki | BH******.DLL (2)
    CLSID={9FD12933-810D-4526-B7C4-0914E098D384}
    [142]
    Name=LittleBigBar | GB_BHO.DLL
    CLSID={8F6E45AE-F89E-4E54-AAC5-16232008816E}
    [143]
    Name=Live Collaboration | RNTX.DLL
    CLSID={E7D2588A-7FB5-47DC-8830-832605661009}
    [144]
    Name=LocatorS | LocatorS.dll
    CLSID={E720B458-B65A-438C-9FF3-B1DF65D7DB3E}
    [145]
    Name=LocatorS | shdocvw.dll
    CLSID={E720B458-B65A-438C-9FF3-B1DF65D7DB3F}
    [146]
    Name=LOP/UltraBar | donk_bar.dll/Ultrabar.dll
    CLSID={7B49A2A5-B45F-46F3-AC60-2578477671EE}
    [147]
    Name=MapQuest toolbar | Mqgold.dll/mqgold*.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-A3FA-F363B384B77D}
    [148]
    Name=MBKWBar | IETOOLBAR.DLL
    CLSID={EA5A82FB-D6BE-44F9-9363-B1ABABC153C1}
    [149]
    Name=Meca Messenger | Meca Plugin.dll
    CLSID={E868656B-F0D3-4A61-8FE8-F47C90119E39}
    [150]
    Name=Microsoft Money | mnyside.dll
    CLSID={243B17DE-77C7-46BF-B94B-0B5F309A0E64}
    [151]
    Name=Microsoft Money | mnyviewer.dll
    CLSID={FDD3B846-8D59-4ffb-8758-209B6AD74ACC}
    [152]
    Name=MS Visual Studio Profiler | DpNMIEHELP.dll
    CLSID={C4296108-BF2F-448f-AF2F-10062E5121BC}
    [153]
    Name=My-fast-access | myfastaccess.dll
    CLSID={8C6685AB-43FF-4BF0-822C-03F03E0B47EA}

    [155]
    Name=Neocom Dialer | hWebPass.ocx
    CLSID={17E7DE1A-E636-46E2-B626-E928F7966A2F}
    [156]
    Name=Net Snippets | NetSnip.dll
    CLSID={67970B26-F57D-4455-8262-81C3AE3B8B5E}
    [157]
    Name=netpia.com | nHook10.dll
    CLSID={FEFAFFDD-573B-4795-BDB7-85F2D68743D8}
    [158]
    Name=NetSky/MyDoom
    CLSID={E6FB5E20-DE35-11CF-9C87-00AA005127ED}
    [159]
    Name=NetsterSmartBrowse | netster.dll/_netster.dll
    CLSID={856D6A8E-A24C-498A-A55A-2B25C606A6B4}
    [160]
    Name=NetworkEssentials | SmartPops.RH.exe
    CLSID={E79061BA-B6E7-4A9D-A07C-C3CB561013B4}
    [161]
    Name=Netzip/RealDownload/NSSmartDownload | Nzdd.dll/Nzdd*.dll/Rdxph.dll/Sdph20.dll
    CLSID={EBCDDA60-2A68-11D3-8A43-0060083CFB9C}
    [162]
    Name=NewDotNet | QuickSearchBar1_27.dll
    CLSID={82315A18-6CFB-44A7-BDFD-90E36537C252}
    [163]
    Name=NewDotNet variant (1)
    CLSID={5BC27861-314A-11D6-996D-00E018981B9E}
    [164]
    Name=NewDotNet variant (2)
    CLSID={DD770A75-CE18-11D5-98D8-00E018981B9E}
    [165]
    Name=Nocs/NitroClicks toolbar | Nocs.dll
    CLSID={8E1E80F3-A3F0-41d4-BAA7-470442CFC906}
    [166]
    Name=Odigo | Odigobho.dll
    CLSID={6754A456-BAD9-11D4-93D3-00B0D03A2F91}
    [167]
    Name=Onscan | OSIEHLPR.DLL
    CLSID={D2000F80-ABC6-11D3-9794-0090274D4CCA}
    [168]
    Name=P2P networking | icoourl.dll
    CLSID={BA7270AE-5636-4618-BAF3-F86ADA39F036}
    [169]
    Name=P2P networking | icoourlext.dll
    CLSID={ED657BAF-1EE5-4A07-9D2E-6D0525EFC69B}
    [170]
    Name=Parasite | adddd.dll
    CLSID={7E118BD3-544A-455F-07DD-AACFDEAC5940}
    [171]
    Name=ParentPresent | IEHelper.dll
    CLSID={A586BE00-52AC-11D3-A075-E51A86A6C62B}
    [172]
    Name=PCH EasySearchBar | PCHEasysearch.dll
    CLSID={A6890AA5-C6C7-4BCF-A46D-0FDAC4EA90EB}
    [173]
    Name=PeopleOnPage/AproposMedia | AproposPlugin.dll
    CLSID={01C5BF6C-E699-4CD7-BEA1-786FA05C83AB}
    [174]
    Name=Perfect Keylogger | Web.dll
    CLSID={1E1B2879-88FF-11D3-8D96-D7ACAC95951F}
    [175]
    Name=Philips Lightframe3 Monitor | Lightframe3iecom.dll
    CLSID={43D29D14-460E-4F3A-9037-E60F11EF12F0}
    [176]
    Name=Pop-Aid | _module_bann.dll Pop-Aid
    CLSID={09549E9B-8BC0-40A4-B5D6-BD761338D631}
    [177]
    Name=PopUpDefence Hijacker | pdfupd.dll/PDF****.dll
    CLSID={D4D505DF-D582-400c-91B6-84921012AFE3}
    [178]
    Name=power-linking-profits.com | ietoolbar.dll
    CLSID={D6223CBC-A263-4CB1-B35E-1AE40FEF3B3B}
    [179]
    Name=PowerSearch | pwrs0108.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-AA8E-8E1CA787AD2D}
    [180]
    Name=PowerSearch | pwrs0rbi.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-DBFC-ED1CA787AD2D}
    [181]
    Name=PowerSearch | pwrswmda.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-D3FA-F27BA787AD2D}
    [182]
    Name=Powerstrip/Slingshot | PowrStrp.dll/dlIEbar.dll
    CLSID={669695BC-A811-4A9D-8CDF-BA8C795F261C}
    [183]
    Name=Praize | Praizetoolbar.dll
    CLSID={C6335B00-E8D9-423e-A691-48D17CBB6C5A}
    [184]
    Name=ProvenTactics | proventactics.dll
    CLSID={7B64270B-1216-47CE-9708-DE9D2D628CC5}
    [185]
    Name=RealPlayerOne toolbar | realbar.dll
    CLSID={4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-C0FF-FD60B590A87D}
    [186]
    Name=Redswoosh.com | rsinstaller.cab
    CLSID={FF0C042C-98E9-4C36-B2EC-E21FDFDCEF75}
    [187]
    Name=Russian Searchbar | YNDBAR.DLL
    CLSID={91397D20-1446-11D4-8AF4-0040CA1127B6}
    [188]
    Name=rusure.com | TOMBAR.DLL
    CLSID={3611204F-4B3C-11D4-B416-E159A5067F41}
    [189]
    Name=RXToolbar | RXToolBar.dll
    CLSID={25D8BACF-3DE2-4B48-AE22-D659B8D835B0}
    [190]
    Name=SafeGuard Popup Blocker | Sgpopupblocker.dll
    CLSID={B824E7B0-E8E3-4D75-895E-2C309EA4CC5D}
    [191]
    Name=SCN | custtlb.dll
    CLSID={96BBDFE1-2951-4F81-811E-31DF6436A329}
    [192]
    Name=Search | SearchToolbar.dll
    CLSID={76EC9B95-D244-41F9-A5BE-6896EFFB40CF}
    [193]
    Name=SearchBoss | Searchbosstoolbar.dll
    CLSID={E2B1672A-DA31-4F7D-A2BF-C18C50BF8F6F}
    [194]
    Name=SearchFu/123Search | msietk1020.dll
    CLSID={727D45C4-2BD1-41D2-B54E-97DEAF06AD9A}
    [195]
    Name=SearchSprint
    CLSID={AEE46806-2C5A-4A4E-A5DD-B4531F64A187}
    [196]
    Name=Shareaza | RazaWebHook.dll
    CLSID={0EEDB912-C5FA-486F-8334-57288578C627}

    [198]
    Name=SimpleInternetToolbar | SIMPLE~1.DLL
    CLSID={A6790AA5-C6C7-4BCF-A46D-0FDAC4EA90EB}
    [199]
    Name=Sony Points Tracker | sonywebtie.dll
    CLSID={496756A6-05E2-4646-96B5-071EC0394E9C}
    [200]
    Name=SpIE Monitoring | Mscack.dll
    CLSID={CB7CE223-955E-11D3-81AA-344203C10000}
    [201]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (01)
    CLSID={0944D16C-D0F4-4389-982A-A085595A9EB3}
    [202]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (02)
    CLSID={3831331E-0D11-4716-871D-68F3B11D23C9}
    [203]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (03)
    CLSID={3DCD2BC5-8489-48AE-891F-90C8B2F19F56}
    [204]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (04)
    CLSID={52C01A76-19E2-4A50-AE8A-38FFBCCF9182}
    [205]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (05)
    CLSID={5954EA75-9BFA-461A-BD34-CEA3A861FF19}
    [206]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (06)
    CLSID={762EC429-1A5D-4AB8-844A-9A552E1241DA}
    [207]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (07)
    CLSID={A506EF88-9EFC-4522-BFE1-A8E886A64D80}
    [208]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (0:cool:
    CLSID={A5704C37-40DA-49EF-904B-97E5F5F9B1C5}
    [209]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (09)
    CLSID={B87799AF-2CE9-4DAA-93CF-65F002035369}
    [210]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (10)
    CLSID={BBC73C94-337C-43CC-B52C-31EB9FA34013}
    [211]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (11)
    CLSID={C406F816-318D-4F7D-81CB-BA93CA7B70D5}
    [212]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (12)
    CLSID={D502D4A3-03E6-4EAE-A14E-69606CA63430}
    [213]
    Name=Spyware.Realspy | Winrsm.exe/actskin4.ocx/getyahoo.dll (13)
    CLSID={EC22770D-3343-4C56-8A8D-3E560475F655}
    [214]
    Name=Spyware.SearchPounder | sysmonnt.exe/msinet.ocx (1)
    CLSID={48E59290-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    [215]
    Name=Spyware.SearchPounder | sysmonnt.exe/msinet.ocx (2)
    CLSID={48E59291-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    [216]
    Name=Spyware.SearchPounder | sysmonnt.exe/msinet.ocx (3)
    CLSID={48E59292-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    [217]
    Name=Spyware.SearchPounder | sysmonnt.exe/msinet.ocx (4)
    CLSID={48E59293-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    [218]
    Name=Spyware.SearchPounder | sysmonnt.exe/msinet.ocx (5)
    CLSID={48E59294-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    [219]
    Name=Spyware.SearchPounder | sysmonnt.exe/msinet.ocx (6)
    CLSID={48E59295-9880-11CF-9754-00AA00C00908}
    [220]
    Name=StartMake.com | StartMakeToolbar.ocx
    CLSID={79049BCB-7C3A-467B-BFA9-0B8C1CD44463}
    [221]
    Name=Stealth WebPage Recorder | Web.dll
    CLSID={1E1B2879-88FA-11D3-8D96-D7ACAC95951A}
    [222]
    Name=SyvumClick | Sc.dll
    CLSID={C3EBC7C0-CF8B-11D4-9F90-006008DFE22A}
    [223]
    Name=TheLocalSearch SmartBar | Tlsbar.dll
    CLSID={4B8E6575-1013-45e9-BF77-9852ECEF07A9}
    [224]
    Name=ToolButton Bar | IETOOLBAR.DLL
    CLSID={65394353-C60B-4480-ADC3-02B7B4C434B4}
    [225]
    Name=TOPicks | TpBar.dll
    CLSID={80E81A0E-9741-4FBC-8EE3-3B78C04ADA1D}
    [226]
    Name=TopSurfer | DELPHI~1.DLL
    CLSID={AF657644-964C-4348-A8AD-72524B3A3FF1}
    [227]
    Name=Townews.com | WNDPOS~1.DLL
    CLSID={634EFDE4-087D-4ce9-952F-63C9EEB2E0BF}
    [228]
    Name=Trellian Toolbar | toolbar.dll
    CLSID={71AAABE5-1F0F-11d7-BD6F-004854603DCE}
    [229]
    Name=Trojan.Popdis
    CLSID={657F70CB-580A-412A-B71F-AA29DBEAC0C3}
    [230]
    Name=UCmore | UC.dll
    CLSID={71CC3BD4-6217-44AB-B8D0-96AEAF9A8678}
    [231]
    Name=UCmore | Ucmtsaie.dll
    CLSID={44BE0690-5429-47f0-85BB-3FFD8020233E}
    [232]
    Name=Ultrabar | Ultrabar.dll
    CLSID={6F8ADBE2-8C92-4362-B0E6-7321AA49EE46}
    [233]
    Name=UNH Solutions | IEPKbho.dll
    CLSID={1201333E-BAD9-481C-BCF5-6904498CF85B}
    [234]
    Name=Unidentified | bho1.dll
    CLSID={29A38549-AF6F-11D4-89D6-BC1DFD912B00}
    [235]
    Name=Unidentified | cliconfdg.dll
    CLSID={F77ACD61-7E25-40E9-BD62-351E542A10C3}
    [236]
    Name=Unidentified | D3DIIM.DLL
    CLSID={A97CA2C0-78CF-11D7-9945-0008A11C885C}
    [237]
    Name=Unidentified | e2bho.dll
    CLSID={FC4C5EAE-66EE-11D4-BC67-0000E8E582D2}
    [238]
    Name=Unidentified | GAMhelper.dll
    CLSID={F36C1198-FC6B-4012-9928-DFA76FB56CC3}
    [239]
    Name=Unidentified | inetdctr.dll
    CLSID={1C4DA27D-4D52-4465-A089-98E01BB725CA}
    [240]
    Name=Unidentified | Mslink32.dll
    CLSID={1E1B2879-88FF-11D2-8D96-D7ACAC31337F}
    [241]
    Name=Unidentified | prmtie.dll
    CLSID={FF284F5C-7CF9-4682-8701-D467C1DBB99F}
    [242]
    Name=Unidentified | syslibie.dll
    CLSID={F195A1A9-4033-4E5B-B85C-848C3E31A83A}
    [243]
    Name=Unidentified | WStart.dll
    CLSID={9896231A-C487-43A5-8369-6EC9B0A96CC0}
    [244]
    Name=Unidentified | XPLIEUCG.DLL
    CLSID={A1A70944-467A-4080-8BB0-13F0B2069F45}
    [245]
    Name=Vantage popup guard | PGI.DLL
    CLSID={562C1A20-72E7-4ED8-A26D-0DC57415FE92}
    [246]
    Name=Via-Christi.org | FujiFld.dll
    CLSID={33414365-E6C7-460d-880A-A163BD69E84D}
    [247]
    Name=Videogate | Vgiehelper1-2-0-27.dll
    CLSID={00000000-623A-11D4-BCDB-005004131771}
    [248]
    Name=Vital Agent | VAIEHE~1.DLL
    CLSID={35EB9C91-1CA6-11d5-8B2B-00C04F779127}
    [249]
    Name=WATKKNZ
    CLSID={1244BA1E-5123-4277-A545-8E60E37E3377}
    [250]
    Name=Web Event Logger | ********.dll/******32.dll
    CLSID={79FA9088-19CE-715D-D85A-216290C5B738}
    [251]
    Name=WebFerret | Ferretband.dll
    CLSID={F8AC5CE3-4B50-49D6-B632-FAEA1734FD29}
    [252]
    Name=Webhelp | Webhelp.dll
    CLSID={6AC15BAC-8AE7-11D3-A458-0000C07BA55F}
    [253]
    Name=Whazit | Bho.dll
    CLSID={D5B72AED-E54A-11D6-B1B2-444553540000}
    [254]
    Name=WhistleSoftware | WhistleHelper.dll
    CLSID={27557CF1-A237-496D-8C8F-08F3844C6A8B}
    [255]
    Name=WindowsSearchBar | WinSB.dll (1)
    CLSID={9FB534E3-67CB-4307-AE0A-9E8B5581BE2C}
    [256]
    Name=WindowsSearchBar | WinSB.dll (2)
    CLSID={A1DD937D-71E1-4BB5-BD5D-1B01B9CB1C2F}
    [257]
    Name=Winlocator/Xlocator | Winlocator.dll
    CLSID={8F0D6EED-BC11-4E7F-8276-9748947E4A50}
    [258]
    Name=Wishbone | Wbm.dll
    CLSID={87B1E57C-FF70-4C69-9CE8-57CB8F67ABA8}
    [259]
    Name=WWGrapevine Toolbar | grapevine.dll
    CLSID={99AFC088-C0DD-40ED-92D8-0C53E8997510}
    [260]
    Name=XenoBar | XenoBar.dll
    CLSID={D3EA3B57-9A3E-4E80-BFF0-595F7A91D55E}
    [261]
    Name=XPCSpy | IESPY.DLL
    CLSID={B427BF1E-A970-47DA-9BC3-02E8C5EC667D}
    [262]
    Name=Yodlee Assistant | Yodelizer.dll
    CLSID={6BC013D0-77D9-11d5-AB95-0050DA664D35}
    [263]
    Name=ZestyFind | zestyfind.dll
    CLSID={5CF8A355-F8C6-4883-9C25-49D01A7D25BE}
    [264]
    Name=ZippyLookup | ZippyToolbar.dll
    CLSID={19E41A2D-BD9D-48BB-9576-27B2CF0877C0}
     
  21. dano40

    dano40 Registered Member

    Joined:
    Jun 5, 2005
    Posts:
    1
    Hi Pieter,

    I've used Spyblaster for 5 mths, just updated, but keep getting unwanted web windows opening for hxxp://www.media38.fastclicl.net - can I set SB to stop this site from opening on my pc?

    thanks, Dano40
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Jun 5, 2005
  22. dog

    dog Guest

    Hi Mike, ;)

    Welcome to Wilders'

    The info you provided is from DAK's Custom Blocking List - please do give credit to those responsible and provide a link to the source in the future.

    Dak's custom list is available here if any members or guests are interested -> http://customblockinglist.cjb.net/ - Dak also provides complete instructions for importing the list into Javacool's Spyware Blaster. :)

    Steve
     
  23. Neverforget

    Neverforget Registered Member

    Joined:
    May 24, 2005
    Posts:
    11
    Location:
    Arizona, USA
    [150]
    Name=Microsoft Money | mnyside.dll
    CLSID={243B17DE-77C7-46BF-B94B-0B5F309A0E64}
    [151]
    Name=Microsoft Money | mnyviewer.dll

    Are these legitimate MS Money files?

    Thanks,

    Ron
     
  24. snowbound

    snowbound Retired Moderator

    Joined:
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  25. knew0222

    knew0222 Registered Member

    Joined:
    Jun 7, 2006
    Posts:
    1
    Location:
    Spokane, Washington
    Hey Pieter, I'm new to spyblaster and think I may like it. Unfortunatly I do not know how to find any CLSID's. I have A nic list of item I want to protect against. Now does this prevent anyone from visting these sites while on computer, as well.
     
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