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I haven't seen a post along this line. Generally to what extent does the advice to remove malware X from one person's computer apply to another's.

in other words:

If one person gets a reply to remove Aurora can others use that answer to remove Aurora themselves without having to post the same question.

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A lot of people can work through other logs and cure their problems, however if you are also infected with other malware you may miss it as all logs are different. The best thing to do is post a HJT log
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