Trojan.Bancos

Trojan.Bancos is a malicious Trojan which has been designed in order to steal your information. Once a malicious hacker is able to obtain any of your personal information, you will have serious problems and even run the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft.Trojan.Bancos is very dangerous as it was created in order to steal your passwords when you input your details into certain banking websites. This means that Trojan.Bancos will actually create many financial problems for you, as well as infect your computer.

Trojan.Bancos may also go by any of the following malicious and deceptive names, these names are: Bancos.Trojan, Trojan Bancos, TrojanB, Trojan.B, B.Trojan, TrojanBancos, Trojan.Banker, Banker.Trojan as well as TrojanBanker. Trojan.Bancos has been known to be directly associated with Banload, Banker as well as the popular and malicious Downloader.Banload.

Trojan.Bancos presents you with the following symptoms:
• Trojan.Bancos may appear as a Registry auto start, which loads when your computer boots up.
• Trojan.Bancos may create, delete or modify processes on your computer.
• Your internet connection may slow down and be affected.
• You may get the feeling that somebody is watching you.
• Your banking site may be slower than usual, or take longer to enter.
• Fake login pages may appear that aren\'t familiar to you.
• Money may disappear from your banking account with no explanation.
• Your browser may get redirected to a banking website.

Trojan.Bancos may also slow down the performance of your computer, with no explanation for this dramatic performance change. You may experience various changes on your computer that you didn\'t do yourself, this may include new desktop shortcuts which may suddenly appear, with no explanation. You may also be bombarded with annoying pop ups that just won\'t seem to leave you alone, and will keep on irritating you, no matter what you try to do to get rid of them.Trojan.Bancos will be able to monitor your internet activity, infect your computer as well as capture all your personal banking information. A hacker being able to obtain your banking details and personal information is only going to end in many problems and chaos.

Trojan.Bancos may enter your computer when you least expect it, without your knowledge or consent. The way that Trojan.Bancos gains access to your machine, is through a variety of malicious methods. These methods may include the use of certain internet browser security holes or Trojans.Trojan.Bancos can even enter your machine through file sharing sites, it will then come bundled with a file that you receive without your knowledge.Trojan.Bancos may also obtain access to your machine, via email attachments. No matter how Trojan.Bancos gets on your machine, you need to get if off your machine as soon as possible.

You can remove Trojan.Bancos with either the manual removal process or alternatively the automatic removal process. You need to be warned that if you choose the manual removal process you run the risk of severely damaging your computer. You will also need to delete many files which are associated with Trojan.Bancos, that have been hiding in very sneaky places. It is highly suggested that you make use of the automatic removal process which you can do with a decent and up to date antispyware removal product. This product will not only detect Trojan.Bancos, but will also be able to remove Trojan.Bancos from your computer automatically. It is advisable to stay as far away from Trojan.Bancos as you can in order to prevent yourself becoming the victim of many online crimes.

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Danger level 8
Type: Trojans

How to manually remove Trojan.Bancos

Files associated with Trojan.Bancos infection:

cpq519.exe
msvcpk.exe
krn4.exe
5021.sys
cpu.sys
loaderusb2.sys
sms_message[1].exe
smss.exe
msvcpk.exe, tracerts.exe
bdflash.exe
svchost.exe
jdt7643.exe
cpq519.exe
winnt4.exe
winntR1.exe
krn4.exe
msvcpk.exe, tracerts.exe
smss.exe
svchost.exe
tracerts.exe
bdflash.exe
jdt7643.exe
winntR1.exe
sms_message[1].exe
winnt4.exe

Trojan.Bancos processes to kill:

tracerts.exe
cpq519.exe
sms_message[1].exe
smss.exe
msvcpk.exe, tracerts.exe
bdflash.exe
svchost.exe
jdt7643.exe
cpq519.exe
winnt4.exe
winntR1.exe
krn4.exe
sms_message[1].exe
winnt4.exe
smss.exe
svchost.exe
msvcpk.exe, tracerts.exe
winntR1.exe
krn4.exe
jdt7643.exe
msvcpk.exe
bdflash.exe

Remove Trojan.Bancos registry entries:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN krn
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN winntR1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMICROSOFTWINDOWSCURRENTVERSIONRUN winnt4
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ krn
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ winnt4
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ winntR1
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ avg_down
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWSNT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON\USERINIT\ userinit
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\RUN\ svchost.exe
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Comments

  1. James Wood Dec 19, 2010

    Although it hasn't infected my PC (registry/processes, etc..), I did find this trojan attached to 3 files in a torrent I had downloaded some time back.

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