Attackers are spreading a trojan by leveraging a Windows application that lets users type complex characters and symbols, such as a foreign language letters. The trojan cloaks itself as a Windows Input Method Editor (IME) file, researchers at Websense said in a Monday blog post. Once installed, it disables anti-virus (AV) processes that may be running on the target machine, in addition to deleting any AV executable files that have been installed. — DK