Monday, February 13, 2012

Remove Backdoor.tidserv!kmem with extra precautions corresponding to the threat severity level

Backdoor.tidserv!kmem is a recent outcome of evolution in such families as TDSS Alureon and TDL, which exchange their members as a matter of routine . The infection is quite true to its strain, especially in the part of applying complex rootkit techniques to aggravate its detection.
High rate of false positives is a typical problem related to the threat. In combination with  installation of the infection into white-listed area, that poses a real challenge. Many antivirus products give up  considering the threat. That sounds reasonable, for the harm caused due to incorrect interpretation of observed system file could exceed benefits of  the rootkits deletion.
Removal of Backdoor.tidserv!kmem, if performed by proper quality solution, implies minimal risk. In case of having strong doubts as to whether the file is actually harmful in spite of unambiguous conclusion of you current antivirus, click the free scan link to let advanced free scanner with rootkit recognition feature remove Backdoor.tidserv!kmem or else justify  safe system files as false positives.

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

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