Win32.BNLite

Win32.BNLite is one of the many backdoor Trojans that will enter a system unbeknownst to the owner.  It can do this in several ways.  It may deceptively lure you into downloading an update to an existing program you have.  However, it is no update.  It is spyware.  Then, to add insult to injury, you will have another visitor, a hacker, who will work hard to steal your information.

Related Files:
bnlite.exe
server.exe

Recommended Action:
Remove at Once

AKA:
Backdoor.Win32.BNLite
Backdoor.BNLite
BackDoor-NC
Trojan Horse
BackDoor.BioNet.10
Troj/BNLite
Backdoor:Win32/BNLite
BKDR_BNLITE.A
BDC/BNLite.Cli
Win32:Trojan-gen.
BackDoor.BNLite.C
Backdoor.BioNetLite.1.0
Bck/Bionet.Lite.1.4
Win32/BNLite

Manual Removal:
If you are interested in removing Win32.BNLite manually, you will need to kill all of the running processes.  Then it is necessary to remove all related files in your Windows registries.  Do so at your own risk, however.

To remove Win32.BNLite risk-free, you can use ZookaWare PC Cleaner, the spyware remover.  ZookaWare PC Cleaner has a loyal following and is backed by the Better Business Bureau.  You can’t go wrong.

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2 Responses

  1. Michael Cox says:

    Your program found Win32.BNLite and cleared it in a minute. I use SpyZooka for about a year now and it works great!

  2. Jeff G. says:

    My anti-virus wasn’t strong enough to remove Backdoor.Win32.BNLite and I had to change it. It made me believe that removed it, but when I give a free scan with Spyzooka, I realized it is still there.
    Now I am sure that is gone forever.

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