The Win32/Alman.NAB virus infects executable files on Windows operating systems. It creates a backdoor to to allow remote access to infected computers. The virus is able to spread to other computers on the same network. Win32/Alman.NAB attempts to disable all antivirus and security software. Manual removal is the most effective method of eliminating this virus.
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- Antivirus software
Launch the task manager by pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL concurrently. End "Logger Converter.exe" and "server-Bifrost.exe."
Select the "Run" feature from the start menu. Insert "regedit" and select "OK." Open "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce]" and delete the "Win32.Alman.B" regristry value.
Open Window's search feature and locate and delete all instances of "Logger Converter.exe", "server-Bifrost.exe", and "linkinfo.dll."
Update your antivirus definitions and run a full system scan. Delete all remnants of the infection.
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