MonitoringTool:Win64/KGBKeylogger is an upgrade version of the previously released MonitoringTool:Win32/KGBKeylogger, and this release has been enabled to infect those systems, running on 64-bit Windows version. Released back in 2010, the keylogging infection can put your personal security at serious risk, which is why you should act without wasting any more time to detect and delete the treacherous infection inside your operating Windows system. To do so, look out for dramatically decreased computer speeds, Internet connection disturbances and various other symptoms, which could identify the malignant MonitoringTool:Win64/KGBKeylogger activity in your system.
The cunning and seemingly invisible keylogger can monitor your laptop keystrokes, collect screenshots, copy information on browsing habits, capture clipboard data and record other system activities, which could endanger your personal data. All of these activities are enabled by the infection’s malignant files GotClip_Flash_Player.exe, MPK64.exe and promo.exe, which can appear with different, randomly generated files names like 64613494.EXE or 58958958.EXE, and which can record data from autoexec.bat file, copy email address and contact book details, create invisible connection between remote servers, and even implement rootkit techniques to disguise the monitoring tool from being detected and removed. Additionally, these files can ensure that Start menu and desktop icons are created to prompt such desktop screen notifications:
Welcome to the REFOG Free Keylogger Setup Wizard
REFOG Free Keylogger 6.2.1
REFOG Keylogger application is a legitimate computer program; however, MonitoringTool:Win64/KGBKeylogger does not have anything in common, and you should remove this fraudulent and latent infection from your computer right away. Because of the rootkit features, you will not be able to detect and delete the infection manually, which is why you should not wait any longer to install automatic removal tools to ensure that you remove MonitoringTool:Win64/KGBKeylogger from your Windows OS for good. Those, who are convinced they will be able to succeed at manual malware removal, should delete all of the malignant files, which are listed below, but we do not take any responsibility of you system’s further damage, in case you proceed without previous malware removal skills.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Installs itself without permissions
- Shows commercial adverts
- Slow Computer