Monday, January 9, 2012

Remove Trojan: W32/Mariofev!mem (W32/Mariofev!mem) and prevent the malware recovery

Trojan: W32/Mariofev!mem is another striking example of detected infection, which its original detector fails to exterminate. Rootkit techniques are too complicated for the failed remover, hence the detected threat manages to elude its eradication.
Rootkit approach to security of malicious applications is widely applied nowadays. The main point of the trick is to store core component of malware in boot sector, which is highly sensitive for manipulation so that many security solutions simply give up as this implies increased risk.
Fortunately, there is a tool to remove W32/Mariofev!mem whenever its essentials are installed. Click here to trigger free scanner that will ensure Trojan:W32/Mariofev!mem removal without prejudice to harmless entries, as well as without an opportunity for the infection to recover from any internal and external source.

 Rename the remover to "explorer.exe" or try to install from Safe Mode if virus blocks download\installation

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