Got a security pop up on the computer screen saying it’s something about the Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen detection? How did this Trojan virus get into the computer when it should be prevented from accessing by antivirus software? Did somebody put this Trojan infection in the computer with purposes? What are their tasks? Do people have to worry about their personal data when having this detection up on the computer? How do we get rid of it?

Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen Virus

Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen is categorized as a Trojan virus that’s created by rogue antispyware programs. One should be careful with this virus because of its evil characters even though it may not really be an infection. Computer hackers are behind these fake antivirus programs and this Trojan virus and they use this virus to hack into many computers around the world. We should know that PC protection tools are not functioning quite well whenever encountering this kind of Trojan especially when it’s associating with remote PC hackers. These bunch of people know computer and programs so well and they can make this Trojan virus able to escape from most antivirus programs and get itself installed without permission from PC owners. That being said, computers do not just be attacked by this BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus without a reason.

If your computer is attacked by this Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus, please try every way to remove it as soon as possible in order to prevent bad things happening on your computer. Reasons of being attacked by this Trojan virus include many but mostly your online behaviors. Because computer hackers can put this specific Trojan infection online among many hacked and fishy web sites, malicious or free unfriendly programs and ads and movies ect., they can also make it possible of being spread over to different areas around the world. Once you are surfing online among porn sites or being redirected online to fishy web sites where constant ads can pop up, you could come into this Trojan virus. BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus can also be bundled with free programs and get itself installed together with these applications. And once the infection is in, your computer will suffer from different kinds of troubles making you miserable. Specifically, Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus may even record your moves on the keyboard including your accounts and passwords. Private info will be stolen and used by remote PC hackers to benefit later on.

Don’t want this BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus at all? Please remove this Trojan virus off your computer ASAP. Contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts now if you have no idea on how to do that. Manual removal is suggested here.

BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen Trojan Virus Should Be Removed ASAP

# Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen can come into your computer without permission from the webs you search or the programs you download.
# Computer screens will be filled with constant security pop ups threatening you that PC has gone bad.
# Actions on keyboards can be recorded by this Trojan virus and valuable information like passwords will be collected by remote PC hackers.
# Internet connection could be frozen every once in a while and programs can stop responding more often.
# Computer stability will be threatened causing constant PC crash down.

A Step-by-step Manual Removal Guide

Manual removal is suggested here as it guarantees a complete removal since antivirus programs haven’t been able to catch this Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus. The manual removal process will require expertise as there isn’t an exact same guide for every virus and operating system. Once the virus changes, its associating files and registry entries will change along. Hence, the below manual removal gives you a general concept on how to remove this Trojan virus manually. It’s normal that you can’t locate certain files listed in the following.

Step 1: Open Windows Task Manager to end malicious processes associating with this BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time or right click on bottom Task Bar and select Start Task Manager.

Step 2: Open Control Panel from Start menu. Go to Folder Options and under View tab, select Show hidden files and folders and non-select Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) then click OK.
Folder Options

Step 3: Go to Registry Editor. First press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to search. Delete registry entries associated with this BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus infection:

%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\[tmp]
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit”
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\{rnd}=disable

Video on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry


A screen shot of this Trojan virus detected by rogue antispyware:

Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus may not really exist in your computer when it says it is from the security detection. Usually, we can see this virus detection by fake antivirus programs like the Win 7 Protection 2013 virus saying that “Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords.” It’s true that Trojan viruses like this can help remote third parties steal private info out of its victims’ computers. It can not only get itself installed without permission, but mess around with the computer and personal stuff aggressively. Computers will suffer from consequences that are mentioned above while computer users can be suffering from a property loss without knowing. Real antivirus programs won’t be able to remove this kind of Trojan virus, so we need to do it manually and quickly. Remove Trojan virus and uninstall any unfamiliar programs which are actually rogue antispyware associating with this Trojan infection ASAP.

Note: Still getting this Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen virus detection popped up constantly? Contact Online PC Experts now to get help to maintain a good and safe computer if you don’t have any idea of how to do it on your own.

Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on May 15, 2013 7:28 am

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