|Detected||Oct 27 2007 05:31 GMT|
|Released||Oct 27 2007 05:31 GMT|
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Programs classified as Trojan-Clicker are designed to access Internet resources (usually web pages). This is done either by sending appropriate commands to the browser or by replacing system files that provide “standard” addresses for Internet resources (such as the Windows hosts file).
A malicious user may use Trojan-Clicker programs to: