Snid is a backdoor programs or RAT (remote administration tool) that allows a hacker to control a compromised computer from a remote location. It may be used for malicious purposes such as accessing your private information. Snid also allows the attacker to change network settings, open illicit network connections and modify system files. Additional malware may be installed which can make your PC become slow or unstable.
Snid should be removed promptly once detected. To remove Snid manually, you must kill all associated running processes, then detect all related files and values in the Windows registry so that they can be removed. Manual removal may damage your computer and is not advised. To remove Snid automatically, it is suggested that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.
binder.exe, client.exe, compiler.exe, disclamer.doc,
readme.txt, server.exe, snid x2.exe, snid21.exe, srvsetup.exe