TeamViewer is a commercial remote control tool, which loosely translated means that TeamViewer is a network application designed to allow for administrators to manage and control PC and networks from a remote location.
Generally speaking, TeamViewer is used in an enterprise environment, where commercial remote control tools have legitimate uses for IT administration purposes, however when installed without the system users permission or knowledge, then the commercial remote control tool falls under the dubious category.
A computer that has TeamViewer may display the following warning signs:
• Corrupt files re-opens after been erased
Should your system be experiencing any of the above mentioned symptoms, chances are there is Teamviewer present.
So, how would TeamViewer be able get into a computer?
As Teamviewer is a legitimate tool, it must be installed by a person able to acces the computer, be it physically or remotely.
In order to prevent from infiltrating your system, there are a number of steps one can take, which includes the following:
1. Install a comprehensive anti-spyware product
To avoid unnecessary risk of further damaging your computer system, you should make use of a good legitimate and reliable spyware remover, which will come equip with all the necessary tools needed to rid your system of all nefarious activity allowed to enter into the system by TeamViewer.
How to manually remove TeamViewer
Files associated with TeamViewer infection:
TeamViewer DLL's to remove:
TeamViewer processes to kill:
Remove TeamViewer registry entries: