Troj/Fakespy-C is a Trojan for the Windows platform.
Troj/Fakespy-C runs in the background and periodically displays a fake message claiming that the system is intected with
spyware. If the user clicks "OK" then Troj/Fakespy-C will open Internet Explorer to a web page that sells software to fix
the alleged problem.
The Trojan may also display a warning from an icon in the taskbar again informing the user of an alleged problem with the
system, and inviting them to click on the icon to get software to fix this problem.
W32/Bobax-BV is a worm for the Windows platform.
W32/Bobax-BV spreads to other network computers by exploiting common buffer overflow vulnerabilities, including PNP (MS05-039).
W32/Bobax-BV includes functionality to communicate with a remote server via HTTP.
W32/Bobax-BV contains an SMTP engine which it may use in order to spread by email.