About 2 weeks ago my desktop computer began reacting very-very slowly as my daughter was working on a school assignment. Noticing the traffic meter 'glowing"' on my wireless connection, it started to respond normally after disabling the connection. After running AVG 2012 it reported the trojan described. It couldn't fix the problem since it was loaded into memory. A couple of other attempts to re-enable the connection had the same results. Life got crazy for a couple of weeks so I just left the connection disabled. To give myself some further protection till I could get the time to attack this, I installed a ZoneAlarm firewall to control access and log IP addresses, then locked down all processes from accessing the network and internet, and wrote firewall rules on my router to drop any connections to or from ip addresses logged in the ZoneAlarm logs, but still don't trust any connections as hard as it is hammering the firewall trying to get out. I've read the 5 steps suggested and downloaded mbam, gmer, and dds on a vaccinated usb drive on with another computer,but haven't done anything else yet.