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Hi, when I scan with superantispyware, it comes up with directories and files on the scanner that say that they exist, and if I search them up on google they are malware, but they don't exist when I go to the directory on my computer. Am I infected with malware? Superantispyware says my system is clean on completion of a scan. My malware definition update is 13379, and superantispyware version is 6.0.1236. Here are some examples: (x86) s-1-5-20\software\zango C:/program files(x86)/newdotnet (x86) wav6com.av office protect (x86) software/Microsoft/windows/current version/uninstall/Alert Spy C:/program files(x86) / spy heal C:windows/ocenuxos.bin (x86) interface/EE836B19-1991-4951-918D-479DB2F0B693} C:/users/my-username/appdata/roaming/Microsoft/windows/startmenu/programs/unigray antivirus C:/program files (x86) / anti spy check 2.3 (x86) s-1-5-18 /software/total secure 2009 (x86) s-1-5-18/ software/GAV C:/users/my-username/startmenu/programs/antivirus plasma C:/users/my-username/appdata/roaming/ microsoft/IE/ quick launch/ virus trigger 2.1.link These all don't appear on my system when I go to the locations. I think (x86) is hkey/local machine? But I'm not sure. Also, when I ran system investigator, it came up with sscprot.DLL and with an invalid signature. It also came up with 5mxxxzbr.dll in my %temp% folder. Thanks for reading! I hope that you get back to me soon =)