Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen stands for the fake system threat that does not live in real cyber realm. The alert about your PC being compromised with this sort of virus is reported by the scareware and not by the real anti-spyware tool. If your system is attacked by one of many Multirogue 2013 bogus anti-malwares the odds are that you would finally face this fake alert. Nowadays there are many variations of such bogus anti-malwares previously reviewed by us in more details. When one of such rogue samples enters the system with compromised security it would begin its malicious activity at once. Needless to say, the malware’s infiltration is done without respect of user’s opinion whether he/she wants to install it or not. This very fact is typical to all fake security tools, including the ones belonging to the Braviax rogue family.
Once the scam is successfully and completely installed it would make all the preparations in order to be launched together with your operating system. Then the scam begins its brainwashing job by first running the bogus scan of your system. Once the scan is completed the hoax would give the detailed report about all forms, types and kinds of viruses allegedly identified by it during the scan. This scary trick is aimed to make you really frustrated about the state of your PC. This is how the scam intends to prompt you into buying its licensed version, promising you to get rid of all those bogus threats after you get the activation key of the full registered version of this hoax anti-virus. Buying this code would not save your system and would not make it cleaner. This would surely make your wallet thinner and credit card balance lower, but surely this would not provide any anti-virus defense for your PC. The hoax is simply incapable of identifying or removing real security threats, so paying money for it is the total waste of your funds. Another annoying trait of this malware is that it would stop all your attempts to get rid of the rogue. If you have any powerful anti-viruses and intend to use them for elimination of Multirogue 2013 virus this hoax would prevent you from launching the application, saying that the file you are attempting to open is infected with Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen. Hence, any software you try to launch would be reported as the one that is infected with Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen fake threat. The hoax even gives statements that your browsers like Internet Explorer, Opera, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, all of them, are infected with this unknown Trojan. Needless to say, such information cannot be considered as true one.
You should get rid of the real threat causing Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen bogus virus warning to come up. For this goal you may download, install and run GridinSoft Trojan Killer. After the scan is accomplished you should get rid of all identified threats. There are special tricks how you can launch Trojan Killer and prevent the rogue blockage. They are described in more details below, so please read the guidelines carefully and follow them step-by-step. The video guide to help you get rid of this malady is also worth watching. If you experience any difficulties removing this scam please make sure to contact us at once, without hesitation.