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how to get rid of " adultfriendfinder " spyware ?

by simonlbt / July 23, 2005 4:43 AM PDT

I am in desperate situation, I am using My company Window NT network, there had been 12 user on the common computer, however recently my own internet access had been infected by a so called " Adultfriendfinder.com " spyware which keeps on poping up the window when I am using Internet access, I can't even using the on-line scan and installed anti-spyware cause it was monitor by the " administrator " by my company, It will be a big issue for me if the company became aware of it, is there anywhere that I can get rid of the spyware like using " Regedit " ..
My infected files are user @statcounter[2].txt and user @ atdmt[2]txt...
I am really appreciate if anyone could help me

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