Ironically named, Win32.Ketch, is certainly something you do not want to “catch”. This pest made its presence known in March 2004. It is still cropping up with regularity. Entering unannounced and unbeknownst to the targeted user, Win32.Ketch will insert itself in your different computer registries. To make matters more confusing, it will also name the files randomly making it quite difficult to identify them.
Classified as a backdoor Trojan, some symptoms of infection of this type include a slower than usual PC performance, unusual files and programs suddenly appearing and even your PC turning off and on spontaneously.
Remove at once.
Because of the nature of this program, manual removal is only recommended if the user is very familiar with the nature of the spyware application. If so, then kill all processes and then remove all files and folders related to the program. If this is still not effective, then employing a reputable spyware removal service is in order. With SpyZooka, the work is done for you and you receive top-of-the-line customer service. A guarantee of 100% spyware removal will put you back in business with your PC again.