This Trojan Horse resembles W32.Whiter.Trojan
in that it may pose as a "key generator" for Windows XP. This Trojan is not a "key generator" and may delete files on the local hard drive if it is run.
The most common way that this Trojan is spread is through the use of file-sharing clients such as Kazaa or Morpheus. The filename of this Trojan is
"Windows XP Home Edition Keygen.exe," but the name could be easily changed to something else.
The Trojan's icon looks like:
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