#@_!xxx Popups. I spyboted ad awared and nortoned.
Norton reports: C:\WINNT\system32\WNSPOO~1.EXE
adware.purityscan. It can not delete it.
The only strange task manager file is
Searched and no can find.
SystemInternals shows file namd w?nspool.exe
can't find it either.
I can kill wVnspool.exe but it reappears when ie6 is opened or page changes.
I cleaned the HKLM...run. Changed misc registry. One of them made
every site a trusted site HKCU...Internet Settings/Protocoldefaults/http
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