Friday, February 10, 2012

Remove TR/Sirefef.BP.1 as a highly sophisticated escaper: comprehensive PC cleanup to cover the most insidious infections

TR/Sirefef.BP.1 makes use of highly sophisticated methods to escape the prosecution of security scanners. It also helps other infections to get immunity against antivirus software products. The infection displays traits inherent to rootkits, and other detectors apply names containing a rootkit instead of a trojan specified as a family definition for the threat.
There is a no precise statistical data on the malware distribution. However, most of the complaints on the infection have been registered in Germany.
Removal of TR/Sirefef.BP.1 was requested on the ground that the rogue allegedly had blocked wi-fi connection and other features on target PC. In fact, the accusation should rather address other infections, probably viruses dropped by the trojan.
To get rid of TR/Sirefef.BP.1 as essential part of computer memory cleanup, launch free scanner available here

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

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