Trojan.Win32.Agent.mjz is a “threat” that aims to deceive Windows users into paying money for Centod Anti-Spypaware 2008. The rogue uses scare tactics to imitate infection of the system. Soon, a hapless user might decide to remove the simulated infection with the nonexistent application.
In any case, do not follow the link to buy Centod Anti-Spyware 2008. This fabricated malware is a trap set to make you expose the information which is necessary to make money transfers. For example, when you enter your credit card number, passwords and pay for this nonexistent application, you lose both: your financial data, which is now available to the crooks, and your money. Thus, do not trust Trojan.Win32.Agent.mjz and delete it from the system.
How might it happen? When this rogue gets into the system, it displays a lot of fake alert messages, run simulated scans, and keep informing you that you have to purchase the registered full version which actually does not exist. The fact that this fake program cannot delete imaginary infections should be taken into consideration. If you notice anything like this, do not trust Trojan.Win32.Agent.mjz and delete it at once.
If you ask yourself how you could removeTrojan.Win32.Agent.mjz from the system, keep in mind that there are two options to do it. Manual or automatic removal of the rogue should be done. The manual removal has to be done precisely because all malicious files must be deleted in order to ensure that the rogue will not resume infections. The automatic removal, which is highly recommended, is the easiest way to remove the rogue. A legitimate antispyware tool will detect the malware and remove it.