Unfortunately there is no current automated removal tool. After trial and error we found the best removal method was to suck up the malware with a small vacuum cleaner. An initial attempt to eradicate the malware using Black Flag resulted in electrical arcing which necessitated a few component changes in the power section.
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Comment by juha, on 15-May-2007 18:00
There's an obvious "bug" joke in there somewhere... :)
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