SubSeven is a backdoor or RAT (remote administration tool) that allows an attacker to take control of a compromised computer from a remote location. The attacker may use your PC for malicious purposes, such as for sending out large volumes of spam emails from your mail accounts.
SubSeven also enables the hacker to execute commands, modify system files, and change network settings. Additional malware may be installed as well.
To remove SubSeven manually, you must first kill all associated running processes. It is then necessary to detect all related files and values in the Windows registry so that they can be deleted. Manual removal is risky, and may cause damage to your computer. To remove SubSeven automatically, it is suggested that you use a reputable antispyware tool such as Spyzooka, which is intended for this purpose.
BackDoor – Sub7
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