Viknok virus (also known as Trojan.Viknok and Trojan.viknok.activity 3) is a serious trojan horse, which is used for stealing banking data and other personal information. It is capable of infecting different Windows systems, including 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. As soon as this virus enters computer, it firstly affects .dll files with a malicious payload and connects affected computer to an Adclick botnet. After that, it starts monitoring victim's browsing and collects such sensitive information as bank logins and passwords. If you think that your PC may be infected with Viknok virus, you should scan it with reputable anti-spyware. If you don't remove Trojan.viknok.activity 3, one day you may find out that your bank account is empty.
How can Viknok virus infect my computer?
Viknok virus is installed on the system after exploiting security vulnerabilities that typically appear as soon as user forgets to update his/hers security software. For avoiding security holes and infiltration of such banking trojans or other viruses, you should always make sure that your anti-virus and anti-malware are updated. Unfortunately, it's very hard to notice the fact that Trojan.Viknok is inside computer because in most of the cases it runs in system's background and does not show any sign of its infiltration. It just starts working on tracking the victim and collecting browsing information. In most of the cases, it is done by recording keyboard clicks, taking screenshots, etc.
How to remove Viknok virus?
Please, double check your computer and make sure that it's not infected by Viknok virus. Otherwise, it will steal your money. For examining the system, we recommend using Reimage, Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus or other reputable anti-spyware.