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Trojan.PSW.LdPinch.o, PWS-LDPinch trojan, PWSteal.Trojan


Troj/LDPinch-H sends passwords and confidential information to a remote location and provides backdoor access to the computer.
When first run the Trojan moves itself to the Windows folder and adds its pathname to the following registry entry, to run itself on startup:



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