RemoteAdmin.WinVNC.ac is a remote desktop control tool which allows for the control of an unsuspecting users computer from a remote controller.
Some experts are of the opinion that: \"This program is a non-essential system process, but should not be terminated unless suspected to be causing problems.\"
RemoteAdmin.WinVNC.ac, also referred to as Remote AdminWinVNC, Remote Admin WinVNC, RemoteAdmin WinVNC and sometimes by its alias name: WinVNC.exe – this application is not generally considered malicious, but could very well be employed by malicious hackers, which will then render this application a nuisance, and should then be removed from any computer system it is embed within.
When this application is utilized by malware operators, these type programs enable the hacker to remotely work on a computer in real time. Malware programmers can then take control of users\' PC and view, send, read any other program or information on the infected system.
Due to the fact that RemoteAdmin.WinVNC.ac is related to spyware, any computer which has it present within its system may experience issues with their computer\'s security and privacy, resulting in it becoming a high risk situation. Therefore, it is recommend to run a full system scan of the computer in order to detect any spyware threats.
One should bear in mind hat not all remote desktop control tools are malicious, therefore one needs to take note and be sure as to which are harmful and which are not.
File extensions are components of an operating system or software. Therefore, one should check the file before removing it from a computer system.
Removing files can be risky, because spyware often exploits legitimate files and if such files are not removed properly can seriously damage your system.
Here\'s a list of features that will help to define whether a file is legitimate, or not:
* First examine the description, the product or the company signing I
* At initial activation illegitimate file opens a small window and immediately closes under the cursor.
* A file can get injected when cursor moves on the window and in this way activates the process.
* On a powerful PC the window will display and close instantly before you can even react.
* You can check information on the file online; this will reduce the risk of removing a legitimate program.
All in all - one can never be too sure as to the safety of file extensions on a computer system, therefore one should employ the services of a fully functional and up to date antispyware tool, to remove all malicious content from said computer.