Avast dealt with it second time around when I just scanned the C:\Program Files\webaroo folder. This was simply because on boot up Webaroo was starting up and Avast couldn`t deal with it because a file was in use but the second Avast scan put it all in the vault. (Disabling Webaroo incidentally)
The point I`m making is that Webaroo was given great reviews in PCA Magazine and on this site but according to Avast it contains the Trojan - your first link is correct by the way!
I`m interested to see if others have the same findings. Is this a false shout by Avast? If so it will be the first one I`ve come across.
It could be a false positive, but if it is, avast! isn't the only thing having problems with it, check out the user review on SiteAdvisor click here At least one persons also found problems using AdawareSE, this time Trojan.keylogger.dll. I'd be very wary of Webaroo, perhaps PCA can get a comment from them ?
That`s the PCA Review by Benn Camm Jones! (All tarted up under a Dell frock) Not too worried about the problem - Webaroo may just get the bullet anyway. Nobody else seems to have come forward with the same problem though - strange, I thought quite a few people on the forum would have installed Avast and Webaroo.