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I finally went to their website and folowed all directions, (I was a little apprehensive to turn of my firewall and I also disabled my antivirus, closed all browsers etc., i did whatever they told me)


Wow. I can't believe anyone would blindly put THAT much faith and trust in the company who caused their computer to be so badly infected with spyware WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT. It baffles me to try to figure out why anyone would choose to do that.

This "tool" is NOT the "cure-all" it seems, and guess what? It does NOT completely clean your computer of malware. It also wants your firewall turned off, b/c while you are using their "uninstall tool" it is sending lots and lots of information about you right back to that nasty company.

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. And we don't ask you to turn off your firewall or anti-virus programs....nor do we scour your computer for information about you.

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. This topic is being closed.

Edited by ~Kat~, 07 June 2005 - 11:57 PM.

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