Trojan.Banker is a computer parasite which tries to disable online banking security software, in order to gain access to important banking information and private money funds. It usually monitors the user’s internet activity and various accesses to banking websites, in order to record the user activity and store such data as banking logins and passwords. Trojan.Banker steals a whole range of important information, including email account details, passwords saved on your internet browser, and various passwords related to instant messaging.
When this Trojan is installed in your system, it performs certain changes which later on can indicate the presence of this parasite in your computer. For example, if there is a msnmsgr.exe in your Windows Task Manager, and you don’t have Windows Messenger installed, this is the first signal of a possible Trojan.Banker infection. This pest also performs certain changes to your system, so that the program would load every single time you turn on your computer. The presence of a folder titled C:\Windows\System32\gbiehuni.dll also indicates that you have caught Trojan.Banker. This folder is your Downloaded Program Files folder which has been renamed into gbiehuni.dll. Other possible renames are GBIEHCEF.DLL, gbiehabn.dll and GBIEHABN.DLL. This way the Trojan tries to disable components of software which is used by some banks in order to secure the authentication, when the customer logs in to his account.
In case the system is infected, the user must remove Trojan.Banker immediately before it manages to steal and leak anymore important data. Manual removal of such parasites is very hard, so it is recommended to scan the system with reliable malware detector and then delete Trojan.Banker and all of its files for good.
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Normal system programs crash immediatelly
- Slow internet connection
- System crashes
- Cant change my homepage
- Slow Computer