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Remove Aurora, "nqvonfldk" exe

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Perhaps I'm just naive, but why not just use the free uninstall tool at
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We do not allow the posting of the link to that MALWARE MAKING SITE on these boards. Please do not post it again. The fix that we have for Aurora is simple, and COMPLETE.

I did this myself about 1/2 hour ago. No more "Aurora" pop ups. I visited all the sights that seemed to trigger the popups, ie, bank, msn, google search, etc.

If I encounter any nasty consequences, I'll edit this post again tomorrow night.


Using the uninstall tool has resulted in no more pop-ups from Aurora or others for that matter.

PC is running fine.
BTW, I am running Norton Internet Security (Firewall, AntiVirus, Spamblocker) and also have enabled Google's toolbar popup blocker that was part of the package I downloaded to get the Google desktop search tool.
Ironically, or maybe not, I'm fairly certain I got the Aurora problem when I downloaded the Google tool...go figure.

Best of luck.

Edited by rstones12, 08 June 2005 - 12:36 AM.

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