Spybot find in my registry

Discussion in 'adware, spyware & hijack cleaning' started by Peaches4U, Dec 15, 2003.

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    Peaches4U Registered Member

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    During a spybot scan, no bots were found. I also have RegProt. installed. However, here is a Spybot detailed report which I feel is of concern... expert advice will be appreciated. How do I go about fixing all of this?? o_O

    1. Win.Registry: msjro.chm [missing helpfile - C:\program Files\Common Files\System\Ado\ [2003-11-24 Includes\Hijackers.sbi]

    2. Win.Registry: jetsq/40.chm [missing helpfile - C:\Program Files\Miocrosoft Office\Office\1033\ [2003-11-24 includes\Spybots.sbi]. I do not use Microsoft Office but have have the Microsoft Works Suite. I did have an email around the dates indicated with a Microsoft Office attachment that was unreadable]. It came from someone I believed had a clean computer & quite fussy - they do use Microsoft Office. I had no AV alerts and my scans indicated "No Viruses Found' - all updates are in place.

    3. Win Reg. jetde/40.chm [missing help file - C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\1033.[includes\Tracks.uti]

    4. Win Registry: dao360.chm [missing helpfile - C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\DAO\ [includes\Malware.sbi]

    5. Win Reg. artgalry.chm [missing helpfile - C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\1033\ [includes\Security.sbi]

    6. Win Reg. install.exe -wrong app. path. [Includes\Trojans.sbi]

    7. Win Reg. setup.exe - wrong app. path [Includes\Cookies.sbi]

    8. Win Reg. winnt32.exe [wrong app. path [includes\Dialer.sb i]

    9. Win Reg. table30.exe [wrong path [includes\Temporary.sbi]

    10. Win Reg. MsoHtmEd.exe - wrong app. path [includes\Keyloggers.sbi]

    11. Win Reg. ERS2000.exe - wrong app. path [Includes\QA Tests.sbi]

    12. Win Reg. Enc2000.exe - wrong app. path [Includes\plugin-ignore.ini]

    Should I just have Spybot delete all this stuff or is there more I should doo_O?? Thanks.
     
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    Peaches4U Registered Member

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    :D After hours of hair pulling, I think I found out how to fix this problem in my registry. I am posting this in the event anyone else encounters the same situation & if I am wrong, to please point me in the right direction. :).

    HKEY-LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\HTMl Help
    I have to have a registry value named ADO210chm and the value data of it & point to the path which is listed. Then I have to Double click it, and copy & paste C:\Program Files\Common Files]System\ADO\ as Value data. I checked and mine was set at Default ... how that happened, beats me or if it worked in Default previously, why is it suddently not??
     
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