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Lots of conflicting posts online about the Adware Removal Tool at
link to "tool" removed by Staff member

This removal tool is developed by the makers of the software that installs Nail.exe/Aurora.

But, I finally got to my wits end and decided I had nothing to lose. I ran the uninstall tool. It got rid of the files. I scanned with AdAware, SpyBot, SpySweeper, TrendMicro Housecall.

I am SpyWare and Adware FREE after running that install tool.

I noticed that most of the negative posts were old. Perhaps they got so much negative attention and legal threats that they gave us a solution.... I don't know.

but, it works. I recommend it and wish I found it two weeks ago before I spent hours trying things that don't work.

Please do not post the link to that "tool" again on these forums. It is NOT safe, it does NOT remove *all* of your Spyware problems, and it invades your privacy by transmitting a TON of information about you to the makers of it. We do not allow it on this board.
I'm sorry you were not helped quickly enough for you. We do occasionally miss posts, which is why we have a PINNED TOPIC asking you to post there if you have not received a reply in five days. Everyone who posts there gets helped that day. We do occasionally miss logs, and we are always sorry for that.

Edited by ~Kat~, 16 May 2005 - 10:32 PM.

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