Java Agent AH Trojan discovered by Avira

  Joe G 21:26 22 Dec 2009
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Just run a virus check after my laptop tried to run two executable files (I stopped them by using UAC on Vista)

Report from Avira is as follows

C:\Users\t\AppData\Local\Temp\jar_cache8006044503378730685.tmp
[0] Archive type: ZIP
--> AppletPanel.class
[DETECTION] Is the TR/Dldr.Java.Agent.AH Trojan
--> Main.class
[DETECTION] Is the TR/Dldr.Java.Agent.AH.1 Trojan

Avira stated there were 2 viruses or unwanted files but only quarantined one which I have deleted. Will run spyware scans & virus scans again but does anyone know what these trojans are and how dangerous

Thanks in advance for an help

  tullie 21:39 22 Dec 2009

There is information if you Google them.

  Joe G 21:53 22 Dec 2009

Tried that but this specific one isn't mentioned on Google or Ask which is why I thought someone here may be able to advise

  Joe G 13:40 24 Dec 2009

Anyone else who may have missed my original post have any ideas on this?

  provider 2 13:50 24 Dec 2009

No, but there is some info on the net: click here

  provider 2 13:55 24 Dec 2009

If the link is broken click the "Google Search" alternative, but don`t touch scanforfree. It has a nasty reputation on WOT.

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