Trojan:dos\alureon.a is a Trojan infection that brings computer users much threat that reduces your computer security, enables remote hackers controlling users’ computer and installs many rogue antivirus programs. Once installed, this Trojan virus will start automatically when you start Windows. Then, it can damage system files. The virus cannot be removed completely by antivirus. This Trojan virus can be recognized by the files be marked such files as explorer.exe and alg.exe as serious threat. The virus may redirect computer users’ search results to unknown websites which are made by hackers to steal users’ personal financial information and invite horrible virus such as FBI cybercrime division virus to your computer by blocking you from access your desktop. Trojan:dos\alureon.a may also occupy large place of computer system, install other malwares and prevent other legal antivirus software from working, which may compromise computer system and slow down performance of computer. Many computer victims get headache about this nasty Trojan:dos\alureon.a virus. To remove this virus completely, it is critical to remove all its components. The effectively way to get rid of this virus is manual removal.
Published by David MicKinney on August 6, 2012 on Trojan Horse Removal Guide
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