Trojan-PSW.Win32.Coced.215 used to be a real trojan that stole ICQ passwords. Now, however, its name is used to falsely promote rogue anti-spyware by means of Zlob trojans. Trojan-PSW.Win32.Coced.215, for one, promotes the rogue Antivirus 2008. It appears in pop-up notifications and is shown as a real threat in order to trick the user into downloading the rogue.
If you see Trojan-PSW.Win32.Coced.215 flashing on your desktop, you can be sure you're being scammed. In such a case, read our Antivirus 2008 removal instructions.
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Trojan-PSW.Win32.Coced.215 manual removal:
shlwapi.dll, wininet.dllDelete files:
shlwapi.dll, wininet.dll, antiVirus2008.exe
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