Just a warning and tip.
I have recently had a laptop infected by the above trojan virus, even though an anti virus program Trend Micro Platinum did not detect it. Apparently some of the AV programs do not detect some viruses, even though there are free AV programs online that will detect most (e.g AVG)
Following a change to a different AV program, it immediately flagged the virus and I then spent a few hours trying to get rid of it. You cannot remove it while you are logged into your PC/Laptop in standard mode, as the virus knows you are trying to remove it, so freezes your AV program and hides the files. (sneeky b*gger). You cannot restore your system to an earlier date, as that does not work either.
So what you have to do is force your system to turn off, by pressing the on/off button down for about 8 seconds. When you then press the on button, it gives you the option of starting in 'safe mode'. When you log in to safe mode, it only allows some program functions to work. I then started a scan on my AV program and after about an hour or so, it quarantined all of the virus files, so they could be deleted. I was then able to restart my laptop in normal mode with it being virus free (fingers crossed).
Lesson here is not to trust all of the AV programs. Some e.g Kaspersky and some versions of Trend Micro (Platinum) do not apparently pick up all of the viruses. There are some free AV programs that may pick up more than some you pay for.