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    Win 32: Alureon-Ce(Rtk)

    Hello,

    Antivirus detects the file: c/windows/system32/geyekrorctlrte.dll as infected with malware: Win32: Alureon-Ce [Rtk] type Rootkit so i delete it. The next day I started pc and renovated a scan Antivirus found the same to the same location again new deletion. Two days later, new opening, new scans, new presence. so this continuing .How to eradicate it completely?

    thank you.

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    Re: Win 32: Alureon-Ce(Rtk)

    Download ComboFix renamed bmfs.exe
    - Save it on your desktop.
    - Double-click bmfs.exe and follow the instructions.
    - When it has completed a report will appear on the screen (text file).
    The report is also saved here: C: \ ComboFix.txt

    Do not click the Combofix window during the analysis;This would cause the freezing program. Search other infections

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    Re: Win 32: Alureon-Ce(Rtk)

    Download GMER , this is best tool for rootkit, GMER is an application that detects and removes rootkits check here Rootkits danger and prevention also you can try RootkitRevealer it is an advanced rootkit detection utility. There are many methods by which rootkits attempt to evade detection

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    Re: Win 32: Alureon-Ce(Rtk)

    you can remove this virus by coneection your hard disk on another computer as secondary and scan with good antivirus else you can also try one of this rescue CD:
    • Avira
    • Kaspersky
    • BitDefender
    • F-Secure
    • Dr. Web

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