- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
Trojan.Vietak.A is a malicious computer application with a high level or risk that must be removed from the system immediately. It has been detected all over the world, but the countries with the highest number of Trojan.Vietak.A detection count are China and the United States. Trojan.Vietak.A has quite a few aliases that allows us to determine what to expect from this threat, and the implications are very clear - Trojan.Vietak.A is a certified backdoor Trojan.
It means that right after the infected Trojan.Vietak.A makes your system vulnerable for further infections, and allows additional malware to enter your computer. As a result you might end up being infected with rogues, worms and other computer threats you could've easily avoided if you have removed Trojan.Vietak.A on time. This Trojan can stay at the edge of the periphery by avoiding the detection by security products, and by running the background of the system.
The Trojan's ability to inject an additional key into the Registry to make the program load automatically is a skill dangerous enough on its own. Add the possibility of multiple malware "invitations" and you soon you will have no system to protect. SbieSvc.exe is a process file that can point out the infection. It might actually be a legitimate system file, but if you see it running in Windows Task Manager, and it is located somewhere else than C:\Program Files folder then you are really in trouble.
Removing Trojan.Vietak.A on your own might be a little bit tricky especially if you are not a computer expert. To make matters easier, get yourself a legitimate antimalware program. This way you will be able to erase Trojan.Vietak.A automatically and your system will be check for other possible infections.