This threat tries to uninstall you antimalware and firewall programs. It can be installed by other malware, such as TrojanDropper:Win32/Pykspa.
This malware is a .DLL file that is written to %TEMP%\<pseudo random lower case letters>.dll, for example, jkzepoub.dll, before it is called by the malware that installed it. The file name used is derived from various pieces of system information, so that it will differ between systems, but will usually be the same or similar for an individual system.
Uninstalls security software
This threat can be requested to uninstall a number of different antimalware and firewall programs. It attempts to do so by launching the security program’s uninstaller, and then sending keyboard events to any dialogs that might appear, in order to dismiss the dialogs and approve the uninstallation process.