How do I remove malicious adnxs.com K...

How do I remove malicious adnxs.com Keys from the Windows Registry?

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I_M_A_SecStudent 13

Brookline, MA

#1 Feb 13, 2013
Someone contaminated my hard drive with some really intrusive spyware sometime within the last two or so months. Despite my Popup Blocker being enabled and having Windows high security settings for restricted sites, it kept opening up unwanted popups. It follows me around even when I go to SSL enabled websites.

The spyware is affiliated with the following URL:

http://nym1.ib.adnxs.com .

I can find nothing about this nym1.ib.adnxs spyware at Symantec or Kaspersky Labs. I did two scans at Panda Security, which also could not find it.

I also have Google web bots like lga15s34-in-f0.1e100.net , and Amazon Web Services spyware

ec2-23-23-131-200.compute-1.amazonaws.com ,

stuck to my hard drive like sea barnacles, but I am not as concerned by those.

If anyone knows how I can remove adnxs.com spyware keys from my Windows Registry I certainly would appreciate some advice on how. But I do not want to buy any uncertified antispyware from any online, but unknown and uncertified (by Verisign) parties to remove it.

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