Sinit is a backdoor trojan that enables an attacker to control your computer from a remote location and use it for malicious purposes. Sinit allows the hacker to access private information, disable or modify system files, execute commands, change network settings and for other devious intentions. Sinit may be responsible for installing additional malware, which will make your PC slow or unstable.
Sinit should be removed promptly once detected. To remove Sinit manually, all associated running processes must be killed. You must then locate all related files and values in the Windows registry in order to delete them. Manual removal may damage your PC and is not advised. To remove Sinit automatically, it is suggested you use a reputable antispyware program such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.