Backdoor.Usinec.A is a backdoor Trojan that has been designed to steal confidential data and forward it to remote attackers. Backdoor.Usinec.A can connect to a remote server to get commands, and then later download additional corrupt files and install them onto the targeted PC system in the Windows system folder. Backdoor.Usinec.A penetrates into the compromised PC system secretly and disguises its occurrence. Backdoor.Usinec.A drops other malware infections to invade the corrupted machine. Backdoor.Usinec.A modifies the registry so that it can start automatically each time you boot up Windows. Backdoor.Usinec.A is installed as a Winlogon notification package which means that it is performed in the same address as 'winlogon.exe'. Winlogon.exe is a legitimate Windows executable that runs all of the time, and thus it can be inferred that by using the same address space as a legitimate process Backdoor.Usinec.A attempts to hide its occurrence and bypass detection by security applications. Remove Backdoor.Usinec.A as soon as possible.
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