I have a customers computer that suddenly started freezing up when in windows, and the hard drive working constantly like a program was running. I have scanned with malwarebytes, spyware doctor with antivirus, ad aware, kaspersky internet security,and webroot external scans twice over. Internally, I installed the kaspersky internet security 30 day trial, and the malwarebytes doing the scans in safe mode internally, and also in regular mode. Various infections were found and removed. The system now seems to be running better (hasnt frozen up yet) but I still believe there is something going on as kaspersky is popping up with the following message: 'generic host process for win32 services from "trusted" group, run by a restricted application is trying to get access to protected passwords storage. This trusted application can be used by the restricted application to perform a priveleged operation' Kaspersky then asks if I want to allow, or deny this operation. Is this still an infection?