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Everytime i click on a program i get that same file association message.
I was trying to get rid of spyware in my registry. It was HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT / exefile / shell/ open/ command I can't even get back into open the registry run command

I saw the same topic that asked the user to download hijack, but I get the same message when I try run it.

Please help
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In order to detect whether you are infected by HackDefender, please download this utility: http://bagpuss.swan....torv0[1].62.zip

If you are infected you can try the following: If your system drive (usually C is formatted with the FAT32 file system, simply create a bootable floppy, boot from it, and delete the directory from the command prompt.

If your system drive is formatted with the NTFS file system, download Bart's PE builder from http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/ in order to create a pre installed environment cd image. Burn that image and boot using the CD, use then the utilities inside the PE in order to delete this folder.

You can read more on HackDefender here: http://bagpuss.swan....comms/hxdef.htm
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