A brief analysis of the AceHook-3.0.lua is yet to be released by security experts. According to user encounters, it is possibly a keylogger, a trojan or it could be a virus which has the capability to send anonymous data to third parties. The infected computers were reported to be impossible to clean and all major antivirus programs couldn`t detect it readily. It even bypassed the attempt to restore using a system image and a restore point in Windows operating system without much success. The program persists among programmers who have identified the piece of code randomly in source code and product development programs.
The experts suggest a complex logging process to analyse the source of the AceHook-3.0.lua virus before removing it because it goes deep into the storage drive, making it difficult to be removed with conventional methods. Windows XP continues to be the most affected because of minimal developer support while newer versions are more resistant to this issue. Specific users have reported cases of the keylogger stealing passwords and sending them to the original developer while it is not widely reported from around the globe. Check the computer using proper antivirus and antispyware programs to be on the safer side.
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