Backdoors are not always meant for authorized usage, isn’t it? Specially when thieves enter? A very similar situation arises every time the name NetBus trojan comes to our mind. To know more, read on.
This trickster Trojan was born in the year of 1998 and Mr. Carl Fredrick Neikter can be identified to be the father of this immensely harmful back door! Now before we proceed, I would like to give you a small introduction of what back doors are and how they can be used to cause system failure, system crash etc.
Created in 1998, the NetBus is one of the most controversial programs that can control a MS Windows computer through a network. It offers a backdoor entry to hackers, who can get access to the remote system and can delete or upload files, tamper with data, steal data and even deny the official users’ access to the server.
The first thing to understand here is that the Netbus 1.7 is not a virus, so regular antivirus programs will not save your computer from this deadly hacking system. Netbus 1.7 essentially is a Trojan that can be used to tap into your computer, LAN system and even main servers where it can steal important and confidential data, delete files and basically wreck a lot of havoc.