How to resolve missing vnchooks.dll error
The vnchooks.dll belongs to VNCHooks program from RealVNC Ltd. Here, VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. To repair the missing vnchooks.dll error, uninstall the VNCHooks program and reinstall it. When you reinstall the program all the files that the program requires for its proper functioning are restored on your computer.
You may also resolve the missing vnchooks.dll error by downloading the missing vnchooks.dll file from a reliable and trustworthy online free DLL Directory.
Is it safe to remove vnchooks.dll?
If you are using the VNCHooks program, then you must not remove the vnchooks.dll file. Removing this file may prevent your VNC program from working properly, and the program may even stop working.
Vnchooks.dll â€“ Can you trust this file?
The true vnchooks.dll file is a safe file. However, various malware has been reported to use a file by the same name.
Below is a list of malware programs that are known to use the vnchooks.dll file:
not-a-virus:RemoteAdmin.Win32.WinVNC-based.c [Kaspersky Lab]
not-a-virus:RemoteAdmin.Win32.WinVNC-based.b [Kaspersky Lab]
not-a-virus:RemoteAdmin.Win32.WinVNC.1360 [Kaspersky Lab]
not-a-virus:RemoteAdmin.Win32.WinVNC.c [Kaspersky Lab]
What are the locations where the vnchooks.dll file is known to exist?
The vnchooks.dll file is known to exist in the following locations:
- %ProgramFiles% is a variable that points to the Program Files folder on your computer. The default path is C:\Program Files.
- %System% is a variable that refers to the System folder on your computer. By default, for Windows 95/98/ME it is C:\Windows\System, for Windows NT/2000, the path is C:\Winnt\System32, and for Windows XP\Vista it is C:\Windows\System32.
- %Temp% is a variable that points to your temporary folder. By default, the location of temporary folder is C:\Documents and Settings\[UserName]\Local Settings\Temp\
- %UserProfile% is a variable that refers to the current user’s profile folder. The default path is C:\Documents and Settings\[UserName]
- %Windir% is a variable that points to the folder where Windows files are installed. By default, this is C:\Windows for Windows 95/98/ME/XP/Vista or C:\Winnt for Windows NT/2000.
How to determine if vnchooks.dll is a system threat
Because various malware programs are known to be associated with the vnchooks.dll file, it is necessary that you make sure that the file present on your computer is not malware-related.
To ensure that the vnchooks.dll you are using is a safe file, run a malware scan on your computer using reliable and advanced antimalware tools, such as STOPzilla Antivirus and Spyware Cease. If a malware scan shows that the vnchooks.dll file is a threat, promptly remove it.
Also, perform a registry scan using an efficient registry cleaning utility, such as RegServe. Malware files and processes inject various invalid and corrupt entries into the system registry. Further, many malware add embedded keys into the registry that may prevent the complete removal of these harmful programs.
It is important that you ensure that all the entries that malware may have added to your Windows registry are removed. RegServe is a powerful tool that uses advanced algorithms to remove all the malicious, invalid, and corrupt entries present in your registry.