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jlr1

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While deleting items in regedit (that I found during a Spybot search) I discovered that under Hkey-Current User/Software/Microsoft/Windows/Current Version/Internet Settings/Zonemap/Domains that I have at least a couple hundred "domains" listed. The majority are easy to identify as sexually oriented and perverse. Can I delete the batch of these? I don't know that they cause a problem in my computer as I don't get any sexually oriented pop ups but I don't like them on my hard drive. Thank you, jlr1

Edited by jlr1, 29 April 2005 - 09:18 PM.

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That is normal. I wouldn't delete anything in the registry unless I knew exactly what I was doing. :tazz:
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