Hello all. I am helping a friend fix her Windows 7, 64 bit machine that has picked up the fake Trojan-BNK.Win32.Keylogger.gen 2012. It seems to react like the previous incarnations of the same bug. It does a fake scan, tries to get you to purchase the 'product', blocks access to firefox and iexplorer with ugly warning popups. etc. I'm also getting warnings that 2 dll files are missing, but I can not tell if they are real or something fake generated by the malware. I was able to run avast which didn't detect it but it was able access the web to update the virus engine. I recently read that some malware removal aids do not work on 64 bit systems so before I followed the instructions found at My link
I thought I should ask. Does rkill work on 64 bit systems? At present I can not run exe files
I can not access the web via windows 7 but can access from that machine using a live linux disc, I also have another machine and a couple of usb drives to work with. I'm a linux user so its been an age since I dealt with this kind of difficulty so please feel free to talk to me like I was a simpleton ;)
thanks in advance -
Edited by mystal, 28 December 2011 - 09:29 PM.