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#1 tos226



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Posted 23 September 2005 - 09:44 PM

When I clicked on my IE shortcut which normally takes me to Google, Google came up, but Spybot S&D immediately issued this info:

Spybot Search & Destroy detected an important registry entry that has been changed
Category: Browser page
Change: value added
Entry: First Home Page
New data: http //www.microsoft.com /isapi /redir.dll?Prd=iePver=5.0Ar=ie5update01=b1

These are exact quotes, except to make it into non-link I added spaces.

Now, I clicked Remember this decision. Googled a bit, and while there are many entries about redir.dll, the details after "?" differ. "ie5update" seems odd to me.

If it's a problem, what do I do?

[XP home SP2, all updates to date, IE6, Zone Alarm Suite 6.067]

Edited moments later: I just clicked on X to close, and a little message came up with a title Resident saying change denied. I think it may have been S&D, didn't look like Zone Alarm alert.

Edited by tos226, 23 September 2005 - 09:47 PM.

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