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Hallo,

Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu entfernen
das sich immer wieder bei mir
"einnistet" .

Der Schlüssel
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense lässt
sich
mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
bekomme ich
"Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel nicht
vorhanden ist"
RegistryPermiss ion regPerm;
RegistryPermiss ion perm = new RegistryPermiss ion (
RegistryPermiss ionAccess.AllAc cess,
@"HKEY_LOCAL_MA CHINE\SOFTWARE\ WinHound.com\Wi nHound\WinHound \License");
perm.Demand ();
RegistryKey rkHKLM = Registry.LocalM achine;
RegistryKey rkEncryptionKey = null;
rkEncryptionKey = rkHKLM.OpenSubK ey
(@"SOFTWARE\Win Hound.com\WinHo und\WinHound",t rue);
rkEncryptionKey .DeleteSubKey (@"License");
rkEncryptionKey .Close ();

Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt ist?

VD.
GR. Andreas
Dec 4 '05 #1
8 3001
Hi,

This is an english group , most of the people (me included) knows no german

"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:%2******** **********@TK2M SFTNGP09.phx.gb l...
Hallo,

Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu entfernen
das sich immer wieder bei mir
"einnistet" .

Der Schlüssel
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense lässt
sich
mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
bekomme ich
"Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel
nicht
vorhanden ist"
RegistryPermiss ion regPerm;
RegistryPermiss ion perm = new RegistryPermiss ion (
RegistryPermiss ionAccess.AllAc cess,
@"HKEY_LOCAL_MA CHINE\SOFTWARE\ WinHound.com\Wi nHound\WinHound \License");
perm.Demand ();
RegistryKey rkHKLM = Registry.LocalM achine;
RegistryKey rkEncryptionKey = null;
rkEncryptionKey = rkHKLM.OpenSubK ey
(@"SOFTWARE\Win Hound.com\WinHo und\WinHound",t rue);
rkEncryptionKey .DeleteSubKey (@"License");
rkEncryptionKey .Close ();

Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt ist?

VD.
GR. Andreas

Dec 5 '05 #2

"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:%2******** **********@TK2M SFTNGP09.phx.gb l...
Hallo,

Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu entfernen
das sich immer wieder bei mir
"einnistet" .

Der Schlüssel
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense lässt
sich
mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
bekomme ich
"Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel
nicht
vorhanden ist"
RegistryPermiss ion regPerm;
RegistryPermiss ion perm = new RegistryPermiss ion (
RegistryPermiss ionAccess.AllAc cess,
@"HKEY_LOCAL_MA CHINE\SOFTWARE\ WinHound.com\Wi nHound\WinHound \License");
perm.Demand ();
RegistryKey rkHKLM = Registry.LocalM achine;
RegistryKey rkEncryptionKey = null;
rkEncryptionKey = rkHKLM.OpenSubK ey
(@"SOFTWARE\Win Hound.com\WinHo und\WinHound",t rue);
rkEncryptionKey .DeleteSubKey (@"License");
rkEncryptionKey .Close ();

Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt ist?

VD.
GR. Andreas


The reason that you can't delete the sub-key is that it's 'protected',
that's also the reason why you can't open it with regedit. Guess that the
key has an ACL that gets set by the program to protect it from deletion,
what are you trying to achieve here?

Willy.
Willy.
Dec 5 '05 #3
Hallo Willy Denoyette,

Sorry I posted it to the wrong newsgroup.
Nevertheless I will try explain in English.
First thanks for your lines, you nearly found out what the situation I have.

The Winhound Anti Spyware Software from www.winhound.com got installed on 2
of my
PC's like a Trojan or Back Door. I told the Winhound company but they told
that it is not their
practice to do so.
Fact is that their Setup (WinHoundInstal ler.exe) is creating a Key in the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE registry path.

I deinstalled with their Uninstall.exe Programm but it didn't remove
the HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com key.
Also their WinHound.exe is not removed from the HKLM\...\Run Key.
What makes me crazy is that if I try to remove the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com key than
it is not possible because
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
cannot be opened or deleted. My trial with the C# Code also didn't work, so
I try to get some informations from
the C# gurus to accomplish this. It is a shame that a company doesn't create
a good Uninstall.exe Programm
and now waste my time (days). I wrote that company many mails with all
details be no answer.

You can try yourself if you want. You only have to donwload
http://download.winhound.com/WinHoundInstaller.exe
and than install and uninstall it and than you will see that the registry
key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
cannot be opened or removed.

Thanks f. any hints, to get "winhound" out of my registry.
Regards Andreas

"Willy Denoyette [MVP]" <wi************ *@telenet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:uC******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP11.phx.gbl...

"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:%2******** **********@TK2M SFTNGP09.phx.gb l...
Hallo,

Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu entfernen das sich immer wieder bei mir
"einnistet" .

Der Schlüssel
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense lässt
sich
mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
bekomme ich
"Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel
nicht
vorhanden ist"
RegistryPermiss ion regPerm;
RegistryPermiss ion perm = new RegistryPermiss ion (
RegistryPermiss ionAccess.AllAc cess,
@"HKEY_LOCAL_MA CHINE\SOFTWARE\ WinHound.com\Wi nHound\WinHound \License");
perm.Demand ();
RegistryKey rkHKLM = Registry.LocalM achine;
RegistryKey rkEncryptionKey = null;
rkEncryptionKey = rkHKLM.OpenSubK ey
(@"SOFTWARE\Win Hound.com\WinHo und\WinHound",t rue);
rkEncryptionKey .DeleteSubKey (@"License");
rkEncryptionKey .Close ();

Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt ist?

VD.
GR. Andreas


The reason that you can't delete the sub-key is that it's 'protected',
that's also the reason why you can't open it with regedit. Guess that the
key has an ACL that gets set by the program to protect it from deletion,
what are you trying to achieve here?

Willy.
Willy.

Dec 5 '05 #4
Did you try to remove the WinHound.exe from HKLM\..\Run? Note that you
should kill the WinHound process (if it's running) before doing so. Once
this is done you could try to remove the key.
If this all fails again, you will have to kill the process and run regedit
in a SYSTEM logon session.

Willy.
"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:OH******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP10.phx.gbl. ..
Hallo Willy Denoyette,

Sorry I posted it to the wrong newsgroup.
Nevertheless I will try explain in English.
First thanks for your lines, you nearly found out what the situation I
have.

The Winhound Anti Spyware Software from www.winhound.com got installed on
2
of my
PC's like a Trojan or Back Door. I told the Winhound company but they told
that it is not their
practice to do so.
Fact is that their Setup (WinHoundInstal ler.exe) is creating a Key in the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE registry path.

I deinstalled with their Uninstall.exe Programm but it didn't remove
the HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com key.
Also their WinHound.exe is not removed from the HKLM\...\Run Key.
What makes me crazy is that if I try to remove the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com key than
it is not possible because
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
cannot be opened or deleted. My trial with the C# Code also didn't work,
so
I try to get some informations from
the C# gurus to accomplish this. It is a shame that a company doesn't
create
a good Uninstall.exe Programm
and now waste my time (days). I wrote that company many mails with all
details be no answer.

You can try yourself if you want. You only have to donwload
http://download.winhound.com/WinHoundInstaller.exe
and than install and uninstall it and than you will see that the registry
key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
cannot be opened or removed.

Thanks f. any hints, to get "winhound" out of my registry.
Regards Andreas

"Willy Denoyette [MVP]" <wi************ *@telenet.be> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag
news:uC******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP11.phx.gbl...

"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:%2******** **********@TK2M SFTNGP09.phx.gb l...
> Hallo,
>
> Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu entfernen > das sich immer wieder bei mir
> "einnistet" .
>
> Der Schlüssel
> HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
> lässt
> sich
> mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
> Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.
>
> Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
> bekomme ich
> "Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel
> nicht
> vorhanden ist"
>
>
> RegistryPermiss ion regPerm;
> RegistryPermiss ion perm = new RegistryPermiss ion (
> RegistryPermiss ionAccess.AllAc cess,
> @"HKEY_LOCAL_MA CHINE\SOFTWARE\ WinHound.com\Wi nHound\WinHound \License");
> perm.Demand ();
> RegistryKey rkHKLM = Registry.LocalM achine;
> RegistryKey rkEncryptionKey = null;
> rkEncryptionKey = rkHKLM.OpenSubK ey
> (@"SOFTWARE\Win Hound.com\WinHo und\WinHound",t rue);
> rkEncryptionKey .DeleteSubKey (@"License");
> rkEncryptionKey .Close ();
>
> Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
> Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt
> ist?
>
> VD.
> GR. Andreas
>
>


The reason that you can't delete the sub-key is that it's 'protected',
that's also the reason why you can't open it with regedit. Guess that the
key has an ACL that gets set by the program to protect it from deletion,
what are you trying to achieve here?

Willy.
Willy.


Dec 5 '05 #5
Hallo Willy,

- Yes I removed WinHound.exe from HKLM\..\Run key
- No process from WinHound is running
- I put a cleanup.bat to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\Software\Mi crosoft\Windows \CurrentVersion \RunOnce
with content:
regedit C:\temp\winnhou nd.reg
winnhound.reg:
REGEDIT4
[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\Software\Wi nHound.com]

- I stopped all systemstarts and Systemservices with msconfig.

Nothing helped, no success :((

any ideas left?
Regards Andras
"Willy Denoyette [MVP]" <wi************ *@telenet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:Of******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP09.phx.gbl. ..
Did you try to remove the WinHound.exe from HKLM\..\Run? Note that you
should kill the WinHound process (if it's running) before doing so. Once
this is done you could try to remove the key.
If this all fails again, you will have to kill the process and run regedit
in a SYSTEM logon session.

Willy.
"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:OH******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP10.phx.gbl. ..
Hallo Willy Denoyette,

Sorry I posted it to the wrong newsgroup.
Nevertheless I will try explain in English.
First thanks for your lines, you nearly found out what the situation I
have.

The Winhound Anti Spyware Software from www.winhound.com got installed on
2
of my
PC's like a Trojan or Back Door. I told the Winhound company but they
told
that it is not their
practice to do so.
Fact is that their Setup (WinHoundInstal ler.exe) is creating a Key in the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE registry path.

I deinstalled with their Uninstall.exe Programm but it didn't remove
the HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com key.
Also their WinHound.exe is not removed from the HKLM\...\Run Key.
What makes me crazy is that if I try to remove the
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com key than
it is not possible because
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
cannot be opened or deleted. My trial with the C# Code also didn't work,
so
I try to get some informations from
the C# gurus to accomplish this. It is a shame that a company doesn't
create
a good Uninstall.exe Programm
and now waste my time (days). I wrote that company many mails with all
details be no answer.

You can try yourself if you want. You only have to donwload
http://download.winhound.com/WinHoundInstaller.exe
and than install and uninstall it and than you will see that the registry
key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense
cannot be opened or removed.

Thanks f. any hints, to get "winhound" out of my registry.
Regards Andreas

"Willy Denoyette [MVP]" <wi************ *@telenet.be> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag
news:uC******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP11.phx.gbl...

Dec 5 '05 #6
Hallo Willy,

After fideling around serveral hours I found the reason why the key

was not deleteable. It had NULL's on the end.
With the VERY GOOD tool from Mark Russinovich
http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/RegDelNull.html
I could delete the key with the following command:

RegDelNull hklm\SOFTWARE -s

RegDelNull v1.00 - Delete Registry keys with embedded Nulls
Copyright (C) 2005 Mark Russinovich
Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com

Null-embedded key (Nulls are replaced by '*'):

HKLM\SOFTWARE\W inHound.com\Win Hound\WinHound\ License*

Delete? (y/n) y
Scan complete.

I am so happy now, to found
Reg. Andreas
"Willy Denoyette [MVP]" <wi************ *@telenet.be> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:Of******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP09.phx.gbl. ..
Did you try to remove the WinHound.exe from HKLM\..\Run? Note that you
should kill the WinHound process (if it's running) before doing so. Once
this is done you could try to remove the key.
If this all fails again, you will have to kill the process and run regedit
in a SYSTEM logon session.

Willy.

Dec 5 '05 #7
Hello Andi,
Hallo Willy,

After fideling around serveral hours I found the reason why the key

was not deleteable. It had NULL's on the end.
With the VERY GOOD tool from Mark Russinovich
http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/RegDelNull.html
I could delete the key with the following command:
RegDelNull hklm\SOFTWARE -s

RegDelNull v1.00 - Delete Registry keys with embedded Nulls
Copyright (C) 2005 Mark Russinovich
Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com
Null-embedded key (Nulls are replaced by '*'):

HKLM\SOFTWARE\W inHound.com\Win Hound\WinHound\ License*

Delete? (y/n) y
Scan complete.
I am so happy now, to found
Reg. Andreas
"Willy Denoyette [MVP]" <wi************ *@telenet.be> schrieb im
Newsbeitrag news:Of******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP09.phx.gbl. ..
Did you try to remove the WinHound.exe from HKLM\..\Run? Note that
you
should kill the WinHound process (if it's running) before doing so.
Once
this is done you could try to remove the key.
If this all fails again, you will have to kill the process and run
regedit
in a SYSTEM logon session.
Willy.

Great, this trick is often used by malware.

Willy.
Dec 5 '05 #8
translation using altavista babel fish (http://babelfish.altavista.com/tr):
Hallo,

Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu entfernen das sich immer wieder bei mir
"einnistet" .

Der Schlüssel
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense lässt
sich
mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
bekomme ich
"Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel
nicht
vorhanden ist"
Hello, I try to remove a key from a program (www.winhound.com) again and
again with me "einnistet" . The key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense cannot be
opened with regdit also. Error message "error when opening the key" License
cannot be opened. If I try to delete with the following program code the key
get I "a Unterschluessel can am not deleted, there the Unterschluessel is
missing"
after the code:
Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt ist?
The key illogically there is seen with regedit. Is that possible the key
which can be deleted closed becomes or is corrupt?

Ab. :)
http://joehacker.blogspot.com

"Ignacio Machin ( .NET/ C# MVP )" <ignacio.mach in AT dot.state.fl.us > wrote
in message news:O3******** ********@TK2MSF TNGP10.phx.gbl. ..
Hi,

This is an english group , most of the people (me included) knows no german
"Andi Reisenhofer" <so***@aon.at > wrote in message
news:%2******** **********@TK2M SFTNGP09.phx.gb l...
Hallo,

Ich versuche einen Key von einem Programm (www.winhound.com) zu

entfernen das sich immer wieder bei mir
"einnistet" .

Der Schlüssel
HKEY_LOCAL_MACH INE\SOFTWARE\Wi nHound.com\WinH ound\WinHound\L icense lässt
sich
mit regdit auch nicht öffnen. Fehlermeldung "Fehler beim Öffnen des
Schlüssels" License kann nicht geöffnet werden.

Wenn ich mit folgendem Programmcode den Schlüssel zu löschen versuche
bekomme ich
"Ein Unterschlüssel kann nicht gelöscht werden, da der Unterschlüssel
nicht
vorhanden ist"
RegistryPermiss ion regPerm;
RegistryPermiss ion perm = new RegistryPermiss ion (
RegistryPermiss ionAccess.AllAc cess,
@"HKEY_LOCAL_MA CHINE\SOFTWARE\ WinHound.com\Wi nHound\WinHound \License");
perm.Demand ();
RegistryKey rkHKLM = Registry.LocalM achine;
RegistryKey rkEncryptionKey = null;
rkEncryptionKey = rkHKLM.OpenSubK ey
(@"SOFTWARE\Win Hound.com\WinHo und\WinHound",t rue);
rkEncryptionKey .DeleteSubKey (@"License");
rkEncryptionKey .Close ();

Unlogisch da der Key mit regedit gesehen wird.
Ist das möglich das der zu löschende Key gesperrt wird oder korrupt ist?

VD.
GR. Andreas


Dec 6 '05 #9

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A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system
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