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New Registry Keys

Discussion in 'Software' started by BirdBath, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. BirdBath

    BirdBath Sergeant Major

    These keys were added to my registry recently. They have no values and dont seem to be a problem. I've ran all the usual AV and Malware tests and nothing comes up.

    I think they might be from one of my programs but I am not sure which one. Do these look familliar to anyone?
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2007
  2. BirdBath

    BirdBath Sergeant Major

    Why would there be an entry for HK local machine in the HK current user?

    Is it some sort of back up?
  3. Toni_1947

    Toni_1947 Command Sergeant Major

    Is that 'OrganizationDefaults' folder also in the lower HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE?
  4. BirdBath

    BirdBath Sergeant Major

    It's not in local machine but it is in HK users as well.
  5. TimW

    TimW MajorGeeks Administrator - Jedi Malware Expert Staff Member

  6. Toni_1947

    Toni_1947 Command Sergeant Major

    Think back...what have you recently installed?
  7. BirdBath

    BirdBath Sergeant Major

    The two most recent that I can think of are Agnitum Outpost Firewall and EasyCleaner by ToniArts.

    Both reputible to be sure.

    @TimW I have run RegScrub and found no problems.
  8. Toni_1947

    Toni_1947 Command Sergeant Major

    Here's what I found on the 'OrganizationDefaults' folder that seems to be for nothing:
    This explains Qt: http://doc.trolltech.com/qsa-1.1.4/qsa-2.html
    Something you installed recently put those entries there. I guess they are harmless? :confused:
    Bet matt.chug would know!
  9. BirdBath

    BirdBath Sergeant Major

    They seem harmless as they have no values and don't seem to change from day to day.

    I'll keep an eye on them though.

    Thanks Toni and Tim.

    @ Maybe Matt will see this and let us all know.
  10. Toni_1947

    Toni_1947 Command Sergeant Major

  11. BirdBath

    BirdBath Sergeant Major

    Is QT anything like Auto CAD?

    It looks much more involved but seems pretty cool.

    BTW I still dont know what program I might have that would have installed OrganizationDefaults as it looks like it is part of C++ and I don't run any that might use it.

    There was mention of Adobe on the link Toni provided and I recently installed Foxit Reader, could be something to do with that.

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