The alert about Trojan-Spy.win32.BHO appears after user installs fake video codecs (Video Activex Object Error and Video ActiveX Codec). If user clicks on warning pop-up, web browser immediately displays malicious website with offers to buy VistaAntivirus 2008, Micro Antivirus 2009 and other fraudulent applications.
Although the pop-up is fabricated, it’s displayed by real trojan. If you see security messages with Trojan-Spy.win32.BHO name on it, run reputable anti-spyware scan as soon as possible. Trojan-Spy.win32.BHO properties:
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Connects itself to the internet
• Stays resident in background
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