Know Your Malware: Bomka Removal
Bomka is a trojan that installs several parasites on the compromised computer. These parasites are backdoors and some dangerous trojans. Bomka uses a rootkit to hide malicious files and harmful registry entries. The pest may arrive as an attachment to spam e-mail messages. Bomka may work as a backdoor providing the intruder with unauthorized access to the infected system. The trojan automatically runs on every Windows startup.
Related files: icqchk.exe, ietool.exe, iewatch.exe, kpsf.exe, videocodec3_05b_[X].exe, gtrack.dll, kaboom.dll, msx.dll, kpsf.sys
• Allows remote user connection
• Hides from the user
• Stays resident in background Remove Bomka, removal instructions
Back to: PC Security, privacy news