ServeMe is a backdoor trojan or RAT (remote administration tool) that allows an attacker to control a compromised PC from a remote location. ServeMe lets the hacker use your computer for fraudulent purposes, access private information, execute commands, disable or modify system files and for various other malicious activities.
ServeMe may also be responsible for additional malware installing on your PC, which may make it become slow or unstable. To remove ServeMe manually, you should first kill all associated running processes, then detect related files and values in the Windows registry so that they can be removed. Manual removal may cause damage to your computer and is not recommended. To remove ServeMe automatically, it is suggested that you use a reliable antispyware application such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.
api.bas, core.bas, encipher.bas, engine.bas,
form1.frm, frmhelp.frm, frmlogin.frm, frmlogin.frx,
frmmain.frm, frmmain.frx, module1.bas, registry.bas,
serveme.vbp, sm tgui.exe, sm tgui.vbp