First coming to the attention of the online security industry in 2003, Backdoor.Servudoor.I is a tiny hacker tool which only requires a mere 73kb of disk space. Although the Backdoor.Servudoor.I threat mainly targeted users in the US, users from other countries should certainly not ignore this threat.
Threats such as these were designed to be seemingly innocuous and furtive, but you still need to protect your PC against its underhand tactics. The main function of a RAT program such as Backdoor.Servudoor.I is to allow remote hackers access to the user’s PC.
A program such as Backdoor.Servudoor.I normally consists of two parts, namely the server and the client. The first part will root itself in the victim’s PC, and open a random port and await further commands. The client will then be installed on the hacker’s PC and this will allow him to connect and control the infected PC, without the knowledge or permission of the user.
It’s been known to happen in the past that hackers combine programs such as Backdoor.Servudoor.I with Trojans and backdoors in an effort to make their rubbish threats even more effective. When all is said and done, you will only be able to effectively protect your PC against the certain destruction and chaos that Backdoor.Servudoor.I and other similar threats will bring to it if you invest in a genuine and powerful security tool. This will not only destroy Backdoor.Servudoor.I but also protect your PC against future similar attacks.
How to manually remove Backdoor.Servudoor.I
Files associated with Backdoor.Servudoor.I infection:
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