The presence of some Trojan.PWS files and an outdated version of FlashPlayer
This file can't be disinfected. Just keep the shield up. Please let BitDefender disinfect your computer(if the exploit succeeded then it's 99% you have a Trojan.PWS on your computer)
Alexandru Maximciuc, virus researcher
Specifically crafted SWF(flash files) files allow remote file execution when the client has a vulnerable FlashPlayer.A malformed SWF record's value triggers a buffer overflow. The size of the SWF files vary. Usually it's a download and execute shellcode used to download and run a PasswordStealer trojan. It seems that all versions of flashplayer up to 220.127.116.11 are vulnerable ( though we saw malicious pages trying to exploit only version 115 and 47). We recommend keeping FlashPlayer up to date.. Also, keep the BitDefender shield active.