Avira Anti-virus detects the TR\Alureon.FQ.128 virus every time i boot up my computer. Currently, many users have contracted with this: Avira gives a popup saying ‘TR\Alureon.FQ.128 was detected. Every time you scanned, it comes up and every time you hit remove, but it keeps coming back. Also, every time you try to go to Google, you get redirected to ISP search engine. Any suggestions?
How to Remove TR\Alureon.FQ.128?
The TR\Alureon.FQ.128 virus is a very serious infection that attacks Windows system and it should be deleted completely, and if detected it needs to be removed immediately before fatal damage occurs. If you found your downloads are being deleted cause a virus, then you were infected with more viruses. This is a backdoor virus that can be installed on the computer automatically, it will begin to change user’s settings and registry on the infected computer, allowing computer access to the hackers or criminals. Since then the hackers will fully control the whole system and install additional malware onto the computer without your concept. This is a very harmful virus and it is designed to help the criminals steal inportant information such bank account from the computer and then freeze down the system, leaving the user with a destroyed computer system.
This TR\Alureon.FQ.128 virus is spreading through a variety of ways, with the two most popular being email attachments and as add ons, packed together with free downloads. Many computer users suffered from this virus when they were opening the files or links from email attachments, sometimes, they were hit by this virus when surfing on porn sites or some malicious webpages that all containing messages that encourage the reader to open the accompanying attachment. Once clicked, the virus is installed quickly on the computer and immediately begins to makes changes and disables virus scanning safeguard, that is why many users just be picked up but won’t be able to clean out. In this case, can’t do anything but leave the virus on your computer? Of course not, although no anti-virus can handle this big threat, you still can fix manually.
What Will The Virus Do On Your Computer?
Once the TR\Alureon.FQ.128 virus installs itself on the PC, it goes right to work, changing the system settings enabling it to begin running as soon as the computer is turned on each session like we said before, it is very stubborn that can’t be erased by virus removal tools even in safe mode with networking. The virus is hidden within a Windows folder on the computer, making it very hard to remove, as it is disguised to look like a regular file. It doesn’t stand out as looking awkward or out of place. The longer that this virus is left to roam free in the system, the more damage will be done. It will continue to disable functions and reduce the speed and performance of the computer, and if left alone it will eventually lead to a complete system failure and crash. Since no anti-virus can get it off, manual removal is the best way.
Manual Removal Step by Step Guide
Step A: Open Windows Task Manager to end process related to the domain. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time to pull up Window Task Manager.
Step B: Open Control Panel from Start menu and search for Folder Options. Go to Folder Options window, under View tab, tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.
Step C: Press Windows+R keys to pull up Run box and type in regedit to open Registry Editor.
Step D: Delete all these associating files and registry entries of TR\Alureon.FQ.128 in Registry Editor as below:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = “”.exe.dll
Video On How to Remove The Trojan Virus:
You knew that if your computer is infected with TR\Alureon.FQ.128, you can only get redirect problem, which will also lead to the browsers crash as they eat up memory. The virus will also shut down and restart the computer, and when it reboots it will be very sluggish. You need to get rid of the virus as a quick time. Since the virus files are in the Windows folder, it will require manual removal to make sure the correct files are deleted. For those detailed instructions above, you can learn how to remove the Trojan horse virus from your PC. If you are not sure what files to deal with, please find an expert to assist you, that is the best way to save your computer in time.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on June 26, 2013 8:37 am