security software discovered new registry keys for iexplore

March 22, 2014 at 13:53:30
Specs: Windows 7
are these valid registry entries?

iexplore.exe version 11 .00.9600.16428 (win_blue_gdr.131013-1700) in several places software\clients\starrtmenuinternet\... \shell\open\command::(default) and
\wow6432node\... same values

cannot find MD5 84bcbfb75... that corresponds when searched.

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March 23, 2014 at 18:55:39
I'm not sure that I understand the question but you aren't going to find md5 hashes, in the registry.

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March 23, 2014 at 21:10:52
I cannot tell you what registry entries are correct for IE and I doubt that many could. Manually going over the registry to look for malware is probably not going to get you any definite answer, will probably not remove the problem, and is dangerous to your system. Yes, I have seen programs masquerading as Internet Explorer in Task Manager to avoid being detected and even manually shut down and it probably was done through a registry entry. A safer way would be to restart in Safe Mode and install, update, and run Malwarebytes to see if anything really got past your antivirus program. Remove all it finds.

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