.TKO File Extension

A .TKO file is a Win32/Oficla Trojan File, created by AMX.

Open with AMX TPDesign4. Available for Windows.

What is a .TKO file?

The .TKO file extension is associated with a type of harmful computer program known as the Win32/Oficla Trojan File. Despite its dangerous nature, this file extension is also used in a legitimate context by software called AMX or Netlinx. These programs are designed for creating and managing displays in museums, allowing users to add new modules or update existing ones in their projects.

To work with these files in a safe and intended manner, you can use a program called AMX TPDesign4. This software lets you open and modify .TKO files for the purpose of enhancing museum exhibits.

However, it's very important to be cautious. The file named pful.tko, and others like it, have been known to contain the Win32/Oficla trojan. This malicious software can infect your computer by copying itself into the Windows system folder, often under this name or other names that are randomly generated. Once it infects a system, it can cause harm and compromise the security of your computer.

In summary, while .TKO files can be used for legitimate and useful purposes in specific software, they can also pose a significant risk if they are part of a trojan infection. Always ensure your antivirus software is up to date and be careful when opening files from unknown sources.


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