Know Your Malware: Sedepex Removal
Sedepex is a backdoor that gives the attacker unauthorized remote access to a compromised computer. The intruder can retrieve system information, download and execute arbitrary files, send chosen data by e-mail or upload it to a specified FTP server. Sedepex can run a hidden proxy server and terminate active processes related to popular firewalls, antivirus software and security-related tools. The backdoor automatically runs on every Windows startup. It is able to hide itself by injecting malicious code into system processes.
• Allows remote user connection
• Connects itself to the internet
• Hides from the user
• Stays resident in background Remove Sedepex, removal instructions
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