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Hi.

Prevx(free) found infections in my pc.

Part of the log file of the last scan by prevx(free) is given below.

Prevx Scan Log - Version v3.0.5.220

Log Generated: 26/5/2011 20:12, Type: 0,1

Windows XP Home Service Pack 3 (Build 2600) 32bit|1033

Hostname: acer-29e9b3877f

Some non-malicious files are not included in this log.

Heuristics Settings: Age: 1, Pop: 1, Heu: 4 (Dir: 1)

Last Scan: Thu 2011-05-26 20:11:09 Bangladesh Standard Time. Number of Scans: 31. Last Scan Duration: 4 minutes 29 seconds.

c:\program files\superantispyware\superantispyware.exe [PX5: 087B562480C8F6AAFDEE244B8AF6030085D518D8] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

(ACTIVE) c:\windows\system32\drivers\eudisk.sys [PX5: 3507676788D00805DC8E02E44340A300855B541E] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\windows\system32\drivers\eubkmon.sys [PX5: F27E8AC4886454C08BAD00A76D383100DE41A7E8] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\windows\system32\drivers\eudskacs.sys [PX5: 497F8C9388B2934137B9006FAE672900FBA06175] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\windows\system32\drivers\eubakup.sys [PX5: 0D8838B5889FAB5F77F80000EB0E7E00A2FB4181] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\windows\system32\drivers\eufs.sys [PX5: 12CB0C250839581A518A00E0E016B2003F0887B3] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\program files\easeus\todo backup\drv\eubakup.sys [PX5: 0D8838B5889FAB5F77F80000EB0E7E00A2FB4181] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\program files\easeus\todo backup\drv\eubkmon.sys [PX5: F27E8AC4886454C08BAD00A76D383100DE41A7E8] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\program files\easeus\todo backup\drv\eudisk.sys [PX5: 3507676788D00805DC8E02E44340A300855B541E] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\program files\easeus\todo backup\drv\eudskacs.sys [PX5: 497F8C9388B2934137B9006FAE672900FBA06175] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

c:\program files\easeus\todo backup\drv\eufs.sys [PX5: 12CB0C250839581A518A00E0E016B2003F0887B3] Malware Group: Medium Risk Malware

Why is superantispyware file considered as an infection?

What should I do?

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