Tuesday, June 28, 2016

How to Remove Backdoor.PinkSlipBot Trojan - Effective Removal Guide

Backdoor.PinkSlipBot is a Trojan that is involved in spear phishing attacks, capable of stealing into your computer with diverse propagation paths. It also has the alias such as: Trojan/Win32.Qakbot (AhnLab), W32/Trojan.XBYW-8720 (Command),Trojan.Win32.Bublik.ctep (Kaspersky), winpe/Kryptik.CEIY (Norman), Crypt3.AMDJ (AVG),TR/Kazy.442004 (Avira), BackDoor.Qbot.222 (Dr.Web), Win32/Qbot.BH trojan (ESET), W32/Bublik.CTEP!tr (Fortinet), Trojan.Win32.Bublik (Ikarus), TROJ_SPNR.03J714 (Trend Micro).

If the system got infected with such Trojan it will put the system at high risk and install unwanted program within the targeted system. The Backdoor.PinkSlipBot Trojan is designed to exploit the Network Location Awareness service of Windows to recognize connected devices and provide its operators with detailed information about the infected computer. The Backdoor.PinkSlipBot Trojan can run on 32-bit and 64-bit architectures and allow remote code execution on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. The Backdoor.PinkSlipBot Trojan is similar to other Backdoor Trojans, it might disable components of the Windows Firewall to enable its operations. The Win32/Htbot.C Backdoor Trojan might use a corrupted file named svchostcenter.exe to establish an Internet connection to its 'Command and Control' server and receive instructions.