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Aurora Direct Revenue

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Iv been receiving pop up ads with Aurora in the title bar. From what i have learned on the internet these are from a New York NY based company called Direct Revenue LLC. Microsoft Anti-Spyware does not remove this adware. The companys website does link to a program that removes the program succesfully. http://www.direct-re....com/remove.php After removing the program i decided that i would call the company to inform them of my troubles with there product. After calling and deciding that my call would proably fall on deaf ears i decided to do a little investigation of my own. I found an article on there site that stated that they had a new CEO, J.P. Maheu. The new CEO identifed only by J.P. Maheu had no contact information listed. A search of the last name on Switchboard.com found a Jean-Philippe Maheu listed. After entering his address and Direct Revenue's address into mapquest i discovered that this Jean-Philippe Maheu lived only 15 minutes form the company. I have not verified that this is the CEO but i just thought i should pass this information along. Feel free to call him to voice your opinion about intrusive spyware and adware pop ups. Steve

Jean-Philippe Maheu
309 W 104th St
New York, NY 10025-4135
(212) 666-1165
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