The Cytron trojan displays unexpected commercial pop-up advertisements every time the user surfs the Internet. The parasite is distributed by e-mail. It comes in a letter saying that the user has received an e-card. Once the user clicks on a particular link in the letter, Cytron is secretly installed onto the system without any informed consent.
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