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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: unrecognized file type
Good Day, This can be fixed, here's a step by step 1. Open folder containing any of the above said files. 2. Click TOOLS in the upper tool bar 3. Then FOLDER OPTIONS 4. Click the FILE TYPE tab at top of window 5. Scroll through list and find above said file type 6. Then click change button, and select from this list the program that you need to open this file with. Hint:If this file type is not in the first list you can click the new button and create it. Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
Its the W32/Rungbu-A virus, it infects Microsoft Word DOC files by
copying itself to the same filename but with an .SCR extension,
appending the DOC file to the SCR copy, and then hiding the original
The W32/Rungbu-A then sets the computer not to show hidden files (in order to hide the DOC file), to give SCR files a Word icon (so the SCR file looks like a Word file), and to hide file extensions (so the SCR file just displays the filename, not the SCR extension). When the SCR file is run, the Word document is displayed as normal.
To recover your .DOC files just follow these steps:
You have to delete all files detected as W32/Rungbu-A.
Set the following registry entries in order to show extensions and hidden files:
You must change the attributes of the original .DOC files to stop them being hidden.
My answer to your second question, is in November of 2007 the .SCR file extension started to be used to transmit a Trojan. As a script or a screen saver this file can execute other files which carry the Trojan. The SCR file may be embedded within a ZIP file which could also contain a file with a double extension. Many Windows screen savers come with a .SCR extension by default. Usually these will be found in the Windows main directory. Use caution if you receive a screen saver file via E-mail. These files can contain executable code and can be worms or viruses. Note: This file type can become infected and should be carefully scanned if someone sends you a file with this extension.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
SOURCE: opening of .dxr files - reg
You will want to use Shockwave player to view these movies. They are protected movies that do not have the code embedded for editing. These are created using Director MX, which can be purchased from Adobe.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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