Not yet but they are working on it and the zillion other fake anti-malware pests that are cropping up.
Best to use specialist tools on these things as per this guide which is the best on the web (scroll down as those first links are all adverts)
This particular infection hascome from some insecure website. When you visit an unsafe website, amessage pops up and tells you to first download a newer version ofFlash player to play the video or to view this website. You might get inclined to click on the pop up for the reason that it's telling youto install a newer version of flash player, Please do not do this. It'sa virus.
Sometimes it may be in the form of “installdrivers (or) plug-in's (or) active X controls etc”. If we click onthese pop ups (knowingly or unknowingly), it will automatically installa malicious spy ware on your computer.
These pop-ups may contain multiple options like Save, Run, Cancel, Yes,No etc. If we click on any of these options it will automaticallyinstall this spy ware. The best solution to avoid this spy ware is toclose the browser window like internet explorer, fire fox etc.
We should be aware of this situation and neverdownload an Adobe Flash Player through any source other than theAdobe.com website. If you are ever uncertain of a Flash Player Updateit may be best to cancel the operation and navigate to http://www.adobe.com and download the update.
These spy wares send pop ups to purchase theirproducts. If we enter the credit card details for purchasing these spywares, they will hack our credit card information.
XP Internet Security 2012 / XP Security Center 2012 / XP Antispyware 2012 / XP Antivirus 2012 / XP Security 2012 / XP Home Security 2012 all these are same spayware.
If you are trying to remove this spyware, there are full instructions on how to do that manually at the link :Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 29/12/11 7:13:39 EST AM
How to fix file associations in Windows: https://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-1264
Kuttus please don't post registry key fixes, especially from rival software companies.
Your link has already been posted in every one of the many threads you have posted to, so thanks anyway.