There are 2 file types use the .TKO file extension:
1. AMX Software Module File
File used by AMX or Netlinx software, which is used for developing and controlling museum exhibit displays; contains a module that can be added to the software; used for updating or upgrading components.
Updated: August 15, 2018
2. Win32/Oficla Trojan File
Trojan virus file generated by one of the Win32/Oficla family trojans; contains executable code that can harm a computer system; attempts to download a .DLL file and install onto a Windows system.
The file pful.tko has been known to house the Win32/Oficla trojan. After infecting a system, the trojan copies itself into the Windows system folder under this name or one of many other randomly generated names.
Updated: May 4, 2011