Because of the nature of 6to4 relays, there's no one answer that's going to be right for everybody. It's not likely that every legitimate software that's setting up a 6to4 relay is going to make that completely clear, so there's no way to know for sure what legitimate program might be creating the registry entries. That's why we changed it to a "notify" detection.
There have been a variety of behaviors described in this thread, so I'm not sure which problem you're having. If you suspect you have malware on your system that's setting up the 6to4 relay, update SUPERAntiSpyware's definitions and run a complete scan a couple of times to make sure SUPERAntiSpyware removes any known malware. If you still suspect you have a problem, open a support ticket.
A support ticket for what?
Why are all these posters reporting the same thing?
Why is it all searches can't identify this trojan? No one knows what it is.
By the way, I also did a deep scan with A-squared in addition to the scans listed in an earlier post. The only thing it showed was a low risk cookie.
This has to be a SAS problem due to the fact that it started showing up at the same time on other users scans.
If support doesn't know about this problem by now, there is definitely something wrong here.