Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.aiw - How to remove?


Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.aiw is not a real trojan but it indicates serious problems. This threat is reported by fake security tools. Do not trust programs that supposedly detect Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.aiw trojan and offer removing it for a certain price. This trojan can not be deleted because it simply doesn’t exist.

Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.aiw is just a name that appears of fabricated security pop-ups. If clicked upon, they redirect web browser to or similar website and demand purchasing some corrupt security tools (it is usually Personal Defender 2009). Run anti-spyware scan to located and remove the rogue programs. Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.aiw pop-ups will be gone once the corrupt programs are deleted.


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August 22nd, 2016 16:49, August 22nd, 2016 16:49
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3 thoughts on “Trojan-Spy.Win32.Banker.aiw

  1. Jessica

    Here is how to remove this spyware:

    Delete regkey:

    Delete files (must be done in safe mode):

    DO NOT delete any other registry keys or files! DWM is also a legit Windows component – Desktop Window Manager.

  2. Dejan

    Hi Jessica i have this “Banker” in my PC, i don’t have credit cards and numbers, and hackers have nothing to do im ny PC, but i want to remove this Parasite.
    Hi is on my Msn Messenger and im not sure about your removal tutorial, because deletion of the msn software you didn’t mentioned…

    1. admin
      Post author

      In most cases this is not a banker virus, but fake warning in order to collect your credit card details on rogue websites for fake antivirus. Scan with reputable antivirus (Kaspersky, ESET) and anti-malware (Malwarebytes, Stopzilla, Spyware Doctor) to make sure though.


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