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It created it's own user account by the name of IWAP_WWW with admin rights. Doesn't seem like a friendly thing to do.
Any info appreciated.
As the trojan has a password-sniffing feature, don't forget to change all you passwords, especially for things such as online banking, after having removed the trojan.
Of course, you should also get all the critical updates from Windows Update and for your anti-virus software, and check the configuration of your firewall to reduce the risk of getting infected in the future.