Singu is a backdoor trojan that allows an attacker to control a compromised computer from a remote location and use it for malicious intentions or purposes. Singu enables the hacker to access private information, change network settings, modify system files and execute commands. Additional malware may be installed as well, severely degrading the performance of your PC.
Singu should be removed once detected. To remove Singu manually, you must kill all associated running processes, then detect related files and values in the Windows registry so that they can be removed. Manual removal is risky, and may damage your computer. To remove Singu automatically, it is suggested that you use a reliable antispyware application such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.