Thursday, August 2, 2012

Remove Win32/Alureon.FO to prevent data stealing and traffic redirecting payloads – advanced extermination tool

Win32/Alureon.FO is a recent variant of notorious Alureon rootkit. The threat is meant to change DNS setting that enable remote attacker to execute a range of data stealing and traffic redirecting tasks.
Removal if Win32/Alureon.FO has been reported by users to repeat in endless cycle. Obviously, it is because of the rootkit’s advanced attempts enabling it to revive each time. Either the connection it establishes and maintains with remote server is used to restore deleted copies of the parasite or the rogue has its installer lurking in the kernel.
To get rid of Win32/Alureon.FO once and for all, use advanced extermination technology available here to destroy the hacker’s connection, delete kernel components of the rogue and thus guarantee its ultimate eradication. 


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