How-To Remove Backdoor Trojan Ports 12345 & 123456
Fing Android app TCP scan found Backdoor Trojan Ports 12345 & 123456?
An online search at a .org security site, a URL I cannot recall, says the Trojan is a malicious full-fledged keylogger+.
What does this mean?
Should I be concerned?
Does the Fing TCP scan check all ports on my router and / or all devices on home network?
How do I respond?
How do I remove? Does Fing app's option to 'delete' remove it from my router and / or remove from my mobile device where I control service?
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