Can’t get rid of Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D virus by Microsoft Security Essentials anti-virus software? It is a big problem, like the victim said:”It acts like multiple viruses that have damaged things. We hear multiple audio feeds, first one, then multiple ones. This happens each time we reboot. ” How to get rid of it completely because it keeps coming back after removal?
Attacked by Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D – How to Remove?
The Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D virus is a malicious attack that computer hackers have designed with one goal in mind, and that is to gain access to as many computers as possible and steal personal and financial information to be used to commit fraud and sell on the black market to other cyber criminal groups. It is a variant of Trojan:Win64 alureon gen!k. If there are some computer attacks that you want to avoid more than others, the Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D virus is one of them! It is a very dangerous virus that attacks the system quickly, connecting to a remove server and installing additional attacks in an attempt to crash the computer while stealing as much information from the computer as possible before it is fully destroyed. First, lets discuss how this virus is spread across so many computers every single day.
Any Windows user is vulnerable to this attack if they are practicing unsafe web browsing. Many computer users are so hung up on getting free files (videos, music, and software) that they fail to think of the possible consequences linked to freely downloading files from the Internet and installing them to their computer. The groups behind this attack spread it aggressively across sites that offer free downloads and pirated software. Not only is downloading a lot of the files on these sites illegal, but it can also be fatal to your computer. A simple click can instantly install the Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D virus onto the computer. It is also spread by mass emailing millions of addresses and including an attachment that contains the virus, and the email copy encourages the user to open the attachment. Doing so installs the virus on the computer. It is a numbers game, and this virus is marketed heavily to millions of computer users daily and results in thousands of infections each day, giving them a wide variety of PC’s to gain access to.
If the virus isn’t detected it will install and remotely connect to the server that the hackers are running, and this invites additional attacks to enter the computer. As this is happening the hackers are searching through the computer files and directories looking for any information to pull. They are mainly looking for any financial information or personal information. This has the greatest value to them and it can result in identity theft and fraudulent charges or actions.
What If You Can’t Delete The Trojan Horse Absolutely?
The virus downloads other attacks very quickly, and the user will experience slower response times when opening programs or performing regular tasks on the computer. Performance will continue to slow down and become increasingly worse over time until the system eventually crashes because all of the memory on the computer is used up by these malicious files continuously being installed. In order to save the computer from crashing the Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D virus needs to be deleted as soon as possible.
This is why it is important to avoid downloading files from these types of file sharing sites. There is never a guarantee that they are safe. This is also a reason that all computers should run daily virus scans with up to date virus canning tools and spyware programs. Doing this daily will help to alert the user of dangers so they can take care of them before they develop into a serious problem.
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 Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D Virus in Registry Editor as below:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = “”.exe.dll
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The longer that the user waits, the more viruses and attacks that will be installed onto the computer. We have a guide above that explains the steps that will need to be taken in order to remove all of the Trojan:Win64/Alureon.D virus files from the computer. While it might take some time to ensure that all of the files are removed, this method will make sure that there aren’t any threats left behind that could still grant access to the computer. If you still get some error that says some service will not start and failed to fix this problem, please consult with professionals who can save your computer safely.
Published by Matt Johnston & last updated on May 28, 2013 8:31 am