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Where does Aurora come from? [CLOSED]


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h1ghl3v3lstat1k

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:tazz: I too was having problems with Aurora ABI...Did a google search and found this awesome forum...I have removed it, what a pain in the butt! ;)

I was wondering if anyone new where it comes from or how it gets on your puter...Is it from a website or something a clicked? I'am really paranoid and scan everything with Norton before opening it...

If anyone can help me with where it comes from that would be Űber...Cause I don't want it back on my system...
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Hi h1ghl3v3lstat1k and welcome to GeeksToGo!

Aurora can come from a number of places. Going to a web site or downloading a freeware program and sometimes others.

I would suggest that you post a HiJackthis log to let me take a look to ensure everything is gone. If you have disabled anything in MSConfig, please re-enable it so i can see everything.

Thanks,

:tazz:

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