Remote PC

Remote PC has been removed from BoostApps because at least two anti-virus programs (AVG and Norton) report that the PC server portion of Remote PC contains the backdoor trojan, “Trojan horse BackDoor.Hupigon4.IBL”.  Trojans are malicious programs that allow others to access your PC remotely without your knowledge.  Unlike viruses, trojans do not replicate and spread automatically, they a must be downloaded and run to be malicious.

Thanks to readers Lockdown and Shadoe for reporting that AVG and Norton found malware in RemotePCServer.exe. I installed and ran AVG which confirmed that the file was infected.

If you have downloaded and installed the PC portion of Remote PC (RemotePCServer.exe) I recomend that you delete RemotePCServer.exe and the zip file it came in.  Then do a full system scan using your anti-virus software. Because the malware is a trojan and not a virus the scan should not find that particular malware anywhere else. If you don’t have an anti virus program, AVG  Free Edition is effective aginst this malware.

The phone portion of Remote PC is not infected but it’s useless without the PC Server so you might as well delete it from your phone as well.

I apologize for posting an infected file. I think I’m pretty carefull about keeping malware off my systems and BoostApps.  I scanned PCRemoteServer.exe  twice with Avast anti-virus before posting it and Avast found no problems.  Avast is well regarded and  is rated higher than AVG by PC Magazine.  In the future  I will scan any PC software with both AVG and Avast before posting it.

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