Peerdoor is a backdoor Trojan. It hides itself from the user by generating random file names. Once infected, the computer connects to the Internet giving the attacker access to the infected computer. Then it opens a backdoor allowing the attacker to download more malware, execute files and send out e-mails.

You can check for Peerdoor by running the free scan below.

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Cyberlab runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select Cyberlab and click Uninstall.

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  1. Harry Doren says:

    I am working on a Windows XP Home. I have removed a lot of trojan’s lately. Specifically nail.exe. I used the fix off of symantec. That did not fix the problem. Windows still hangs, frequently crashes. IE half the time does not load, crashes or is slow.
    I have Spybot, Ad Aware, and Windows Defender. I also have run scans with Norton’s, Mcafee and AGP. The are not all loaded at the same time. It has come to a point where nothing comes up to any of them. But something was still wrong. I am surprised that I haven’t froze by now.
    I ran a scan with SpyZooka and found this Peerdoor. I thought that if it found it, it can delete it also. I downloaded the program and I’m surprised that it worked. This is what I’m going to use from now on.

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