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When inspecting potentially suspicious files, I find the use of a VirusTotal report on the file to be quite helpful. To this end, I would like to add this capability to the right-click context menu in Windows Explorer for all files (this shortcut, labeled something like "Open VirusTotal Report..." would launch a an easy-to-make custom VB.NET program that opens the correct webpage). My question is where this functionality lies in the registry (could it be HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\* or perhaps HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers ?) and what format such a shortcut follows in this key (I am new to registry hacks).

Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1

EDIT: Can this be done by creating a new action using FileTypesMan?

EDIT: Never mind, I found a utility to do this on the VirusTotal website here.

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