(for further reference, that AP0 and AP1 thing is not the name of the virus, so that's not needed to tell it, the name of the virus is important and that's MHTMLRedir.Exploit .)
You are diagnosed with:
this contains HTML code that can download and execute programs without prompting you.
What to do?
Download this fix by microsoft
It addresses this problem, it makes sure the vulnerability in IE is covered so it will not happen again.
Because this is an exploit only, there are no removal instructions, since there is nothing to remove. This is a detection for the exploit, preventing the execution of malicious content on your computer. By detecting the exploit, it is prevented from running.
I asked around and pajoker (other forum) said that C
windows\web\desktop.html was the source when he had it. Though do mind that if you delete it, you'll have big problems with your desktop obviously (or so he says)
secondly, SirRocky told me:
In safe mode for all of it:
Ran HackThis, restarted (still in safe mode).... Than ran CWShredder.
Deleted all temporary internet files, cookies, and cleared history.
Still had the problem.... while still in safe mode.... ran Ad-aware.
Then everything was fixed.... had to restore Windows Media Player afterwards though.
So final solution that worked for me was running all 3, HackThis, CWShredder, and Ad-aware.
So, I would say that you definitly need to get that microsoft update to be safe and try CWShredder in safe mode or something.