I am running Windows XP Service Pack 3. My computer had what was being identified as "Trojan.win32.agent.eeu". It disabled task manager & took over the screen display with a solid blue screen and this message "Warning: Spyware threat has been detected on your PC. Your computer has several fatal errors due to spyware activity. It is strongly recommended to install an antispyware software to close all security vulnerabilities. Antispyware software helps protect your PC against spyware and other security threats. Click here to scan your PC for spyware." If I changed the display, the blue screen came right back. Here is a screenshot:
There was also a red box that popped up periodically stating that the computer was infected with Cool Web, different Trojans, and other peculiar file names. In addition an exclamation point in a yellow triangle appeared randomly in my tray. It displayed a message about the computer being infected with spyware, malware, etc.
Lastly, what appears to be a bogus windows security box pops up and claims that the computer is infected with trojandownloader.xs and when you click on it, it took you to a bogus site.
I had updated both Norton & Microsoft, though the problem was not picked up on full system scans done with either. At your advice I ran Kaspersky & Deckard's System Scanner and it appears to be gone. (Yippee!) The weird blue screen was still displayed, but after changing the desktop background it has not reappeared as it did before. Attached are the logs. I'm not very technical.... is the problem truly resolved? Hopefully this will help others. Thank you for your awesome website!!!