If you are uncomfortable going into the registry and are not having any problems you can exclude this threat the next time that you do a scan. I read the Symantec article and it appears be be a pretty low risk item. I also use NAV and I remember when this was added to the defs in November. I also DO use Weatherbug but for some reason, I do not have those registry values and Norton does not detect it for that reason. You can do damage in the registry if you are unfamiliar and if this threat is not causing you a problem, IMO, I would probably exclude it if it were me but I would put print out the page from Symantec to show your computer guy if you decide to have him help you. That is just MY opinion.
I did a Norton scan and it found Adware.Minibug. It deleted the file MiniBugTransporter.dll. Norton website says I need to delete some registry keys but I do not know how to work the registry. So I did a system restore to set the registry but it put the file back and I had to delete it again, so I deleted all the system restore points. I did not want to pick one futher back. I can take the computer to the guy I purchased it from but is it worth the trouble, I am not having any problems? How important is it to remove the registry lines HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AWS\Weather and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AWS\MINIBug. The Norton website also says to delete the value: Tray Temperature = %ProgramFiles%\AWS\WeatherBug\Install\Minibug.exe. I am not having any problems do I have to do this?