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*edited by an Administrator. We do not advocate use of the "removal tool" from the maker of Aurora/Nail. They are the people who infected you without your consent in the first place, so why would we trust them to fully clean you back up? You may still have some type of Spyware on your machine. Please feel free to post a HJT log here in a reply if you would like me to take a look at it. Also, please do not post about the tool again on these forums, as we do not recommend its' use. Thank you.


Oh BTW here are the programs I tried which did not work: Nailfix.exe, hijackthis, bazooka, xoft, stopsign, spybot, ewido.

Edited by russH, 02 June 2005 - 04:08 PM.

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Xysoft did not work, as it is a Rogue program, which I just explained in your other post. Nailfix.exe will work if it is used in the proper sequence that we recommend to our users. I personally have seen it successfully work in hundreds of cases, several of which were my own. None of the tools above will work to clean any type of infection, unless they are used in the order they are supposed to be, and in the correct combination...which is varied and specific to each type of infection.
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