- Annoying Pop-up's
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slow Computer
- Slow internet connection
The clandestine Trojan.Servlice.A is no ordinary infection because it may employ rootkits to conceal malicious processes from detection and removal. If you do not delete the threat from the operating Windows system, it could take over the computer and employ it for a variety of malicious tasks. You think that this threat does not exist within your computer because you cannot see it? Well unfortunately the Trojan does not have an interface and it will not pop-up on your screen. This trick may help schemers behind the infection to lurk within your PC and initiate various malignant tasks for a really long time. As research shows, some threats of this kind may even remain active on the PC for as long as several months. It is likely that during this time your computer will start running extremely slowly and sluggishly. Do not pin these issues to some technical faults and remove Trojan:Win32/Servlice.A from the computer.
Needless to say, Trojan:Win32/Servlice.A activity is based on the infamous Trojan horse methodology. Schemers camouflage the threat under a misleading exterior, like fake video codecs or attractive spam email attachments, and use this to trick you into letting in the malicious threat into the computer without sensing any real issues. Once the threat is activated on the computer, its malign files slowly take over system processes, connect the PC to remote servers and begin highly malicious processes. As mentioned before, you may be oblivious to this activity because of uaccache.exe rootkit, which hides under %APPDATA%. The clandestine component may assist sms.exe, a truly devious file which has been noticed to open up security backdoors, and this could be used to infect your PC with even more dangerous threats. Note that you should also beware of WinUpdater.exe (%APPDATA%). This file has nothing to do with Windows Updates and you should delete it as soon as possible. This file also works as a backdoor, and it can delete system processes, reconfigure the Host file, release fake security warnings, download malware and hijack your IM chat accounts. This may help schemers to spread Trojan:Win32/Servlice.A further.
If you do not remove Trojan:Win32/Servlice.A in time, it will surely install other Trojans, rogue anti-spyware tools, personal data stealing keyloggers, spying browser helper objects and other highly malicious software. These threats could cause bigger problems or even remove some of your administrative privileges. Therefore, if you do not want to risk the integrity of the entire operating system, you should install automatic spyware removal software without further delay. It is strongly recommended that you leave the task for automatic removal software just in case your PC is already infected with secondary malware. Of course, if you believe that you can succeed manually, scroll down below to see the full list of files that you should delete. Note that this task is not suitable to Windows users who have no experience with manual spyware removal.
How to manually remove Trojan.Servlice.A
Files associated with Trojan.Servlice.A infection:
Trojan.Servlice.A processes to kill: