This trojan is affecting all versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system.

This trojan works by exploting a vulnerability in Microsoft Power Point. It does this in order to load more files onto the infected computer.

This trojan will generally arrive in an email attachment with a random file name, but it will have a ppt file extension. Be very careful when opening attachments that are not from known senders.

Once the trojan drops the various files, it is likely that your computer will be infected with other forms of malware and you do face futher security risks.

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