Win32.CoreFlood is classified as a backdoor Trojan. It has two components that make up its program. They are a DLL that contains the backdoor features that allow additional entries and the executable that activates the DLL. Once inside your PC, it will copy itself to both the System directory and default Temporary directory, along with a DLL. Then it will call the DLL function “init” to start the backdoor service. This pest uses randomly generated 7-character filenames. Here are some examples: AOYXVPK.EXE and AOYXVPK.DLL.
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To remove Win32.CoreFlood, you will need to unregister the DLL ltdik11n.dll and then delete the file ltdik11n.dll. Stop all running processes and then remove any remaining related files. If you want automatic removal, which is more effective and safer, you can use ZookaWare PC Cleaner. A winner of numerous awards, ZookaWare PC Cleaner can eliminate Win32.CoreFlood and all other spyware programs.