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|Effects: ||It allows hackers to access the resources on the affected computer.
|Detection updated on:||Nov. 13, 2002|
|Yes, using TruPrevent Technologies
Subseven.1.0 is a backdoor type Trojan, which opens the port 1243 and allows hackers remote access to the affected computer.
The most important actions carried out by Subseven.1.0 include: it opens the CD-ROM tray, it moves the mouse pointer, it hides the Windows Task Bar or the Start button, etc.
However, it can also have more dangerous effects on the user’s confidential data stored on the affected computer.
Subseven.1.0 is easy to identify, as it opens the communication port 1243. If this port is open, it means that this Trojan has infected the computer.
Other symptoms that show that Subseven.1.0 has infected your computer are these:
- The mouse pointer moves on its own.
- The Windows Task Bar or the Start button disappears.
- The CD-ROM tray opens for no apparent reason.