Thursday, August 23, 2012

Removal of Trojan:Win64/Alureon gen!k to keep confidential data secured and put an and to ongoing spying over your Internet activities

Trojan:Win64/Alureon gen!k occurs on Windows computers as a detection assigning parasite aimed to spy. The rogue is rootkit protected. There is a rootkit that intervenes into processes of other applications in order to detect that hostile to the object it is instructed to safeguard. It attempts to kill those processes and even uninstall, and delete entries of, applications running them.
It is thus a must that a tool to get rid of Trojan:Win64/Alureon gen!k is to take care of its own security first of all, or else it will not be able to function under the pressure of rootkit, and neither remove Trojan:Win64/Alureon gen!k nor any other threats.
The trojan itself is aimed at stealing info classified as confidential. Initially, the malware collects all the data arising in the course of web-browsing and passes it to remote analytic server. Upon examining the bulk data, the server derives info potentially serving as passwords, account names, credit card numbers etc.
Extermination routine available here supplies a rootkit-proof technology to exterminate trojans protected by the rootkit.

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