Microsoft's AntiSpyware hit by a spyware

Friday, 11 February 2005, 2:56 PM EST

A Trojan has hit Microsoft's AntiSpyware (Beta), which disables it, and steals banking details login Ids and passwords.

The email message will promise you something good and would prompt you to download and installs the exe attachment. This is why it is called a Trojan horse -- you have to consciously or unconsciously run the EXE to install the server side on your computer. Once this is done then criminals who had designed the Trojan can remotely manipulate your computer.

By Martin Booth at Earth Times.

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