Strange behaviour for Explorer when executing some types of files (exe, reg, htm, html, txt, inf, dll, ini, sys, com, bat).
For removal instructions and a complete list of affected registry keys please email email@example.com
; Note: The damage is not caused if the user does not press the Start! button from the page.
Costin Ionescu BitDefender Virus Researcher
This is a Trojan contained in a HTML file. When the HTML page is viewed, the page contains a button with the caption "Start!" and the page title that is an offensive text related to Japanese people.
Also it changes the default behaviour for Explorer when executing some types of files (exe, reg, htm, html, txt, inf, dll, ini, sys, com, bat).
It sets in the registry some keys so the operating system will execute at the next startup different uninstall programs from the C:\Windows directory which will attempt to uninstall Windows at next restart.