TrojanClicker:HTML/Iframe.J is the detection for a script that modifies HTML within a client Web browser to include IFrame content in a compromised Web page. The trojan HTML file redirects the Web browser to sites located on other domains.
If a web page containing this script is viewed in the Web browser, it will redirect the browser, through a remote script "include" or an IFrame, to a file located on the domain "itsallbreaksoft.net".
The purpose of the script appears to be to direct traffic to gain commissions, rather than exploit the browser.
The malicious script may be found within Web pages on servers that have been compromised by SQL injection attacks. In February 2010, many WordPress blogs were compromised to include this script.
Analysis by Chris Stubbs
There are no common symptoms associated with this threat. Alert notifications from installed antivirus software may be the only symptom(s).