An accumulation of strange situations have occurred today, as found by HitmanPro. I've found several "Trojan-downloader.zlob and Radio Search - Tech Support Forum" listings under NetVideoHunter, even though I’d never heard of Trojan Zlob before today. I’ve found several strange web site addresses by copying but not opening any of them including this one: http://idg-f.akamaihd.net/hd/820709...1.0&fp=WIN 11,8,800,94&r=SGXFJ&g=BIUGJPYHPWBN Having a quick skim through some of the other links, they all start with the formation "http://idg-f.akamaihd.net/hd/82070943001/82070943001_" ""http://idg-f.akamaihd.net/hd/82070943001" links to just one site: http://www.feedage.com/feeds/1926336/network-world-video-library Upon going through all but RtHDVCplx.exe (as "C:\Windows\" only makes it difficult to locate it and likewise to PrintDisp.exe, as I couldn't find System32 when trying to upload this file from it for an online scan, I can only find System32 from the Run menu. I checked "Recently Changed Items" and found Settings.xml gave "ERROR: Failed to find flength file!" (from Windows Calendar, which I hadn't opened at that time) “installer_raw.xsl - File not found. Check the file name and try again.” Very strange again, as I’d never heard of nor opened this file, which Virscan.org says maybe a virus For AdobeARM.exe, Virustotal.com’s Antiy-AVL says this is a trojan. For Radiodownloader.exe, Virscan.org’s Sophos lists it as malware. http://www.softpedia.com/progClean/ESFSoft-Radio-Downloader-Clean-227820.html rates Radiodownloader as 100% clean. However, at the bottom of Virscan's page it states "NOTICE: Results are not 100% accurate and can be reported as a false positive by some scannerswhen and if malware is found. Please judge these results for yourself." Due to conflicting information and sources differing on finding one separate malware file from each other, I'm unsure if these and/or any others are actually dangerous. I’ve also read that Bleepingcomputer.com is a dangerous site. Hitmanpro has been reported to have given many false positives in the past, but I have the Free Trial of HitmanPro 3.7.7, which reports say is very accurate. Should I delete the entire contents of the HitmanPro's findings? - Identified Threats: 55 (Traces: 217); 8 Items Since writing this, a new tab opened by itself to Flickr.com, which I have since closed but I feel my computer is being infiltrated. I’ve tested with SuperAntiSpyware, Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware and Spybot and no malware found on all scans. Only HitmanPro has detected several pieces of malware. Also, when downloading links that would normally take up to about 5 minutes at most, I’ve found them lately taking about 25 minutes. Is this malware related?