Well the thing about DLLs is that different programs may each have their own version. WIth rootkit infections you may see what you are looking at because they insert their own DLLs and can even overwrite the system/program DLLs with their own nasty code.
I looked a little further in to this and researched some of the DLLs listed.
1. WOW32.dll - File that contains application programming interface (API) functions that allow 16-bit code to call 32-bit code.
2. WS2_32.dll - File that contains the Windows Sockets API used by most Internet and network applications.
3. ws2help.dll - listed on Threat Experts a mostly a threat
4. wscsvc.dll is a process belonging to Windows Security Center Service
5. wshext.dll - Microsoft ® Shell Extension for Windows Script Host
6. wshtcpip.dll - Windows Sockets Helper DLL
7. wsnmp32.dll - File that contains application programming interface (API) functions that allow SNMP manager applications to listen for SNMP manager requests and also send requests to and receive responses from SNMP agents. This is a needed file.
8. wsock32.dll - File that contains the Windows Sockets API used by most Internet and network applications to handle network connections.
9. wtsapi32.dll - File that contains application programming interface (API) functions that enable application programs to (1) manage terminal services, (2) set and retrieve user configuration information that is specific to terminal services, (3) use terminal services virtual channels, and more, in a terminal services environment.
10. wuauserv.dll - a process associated with Windows Update AutoUpdate Service from Microsoft Corporation.\r This file is part of wuauserv.dll is a process associated with Windows Update AutoUpdate Service from Microsoft Corporation.
11. wzcdlg.dll - a module relating to the Wireless Zero Configuration Service which is a part of the Microsoft Windows Operating System.
12. wzcsapi.dll - a process associated with Wireless Zero Configuration service API from Microsoft Corporation.
13. wzcsvc.dll - a module associated with Microsoft Windows Operating Systems from Microsoft Corporation.
So we can see that many of these appear to be valid but there are multiple instances of most of them. I would say take this and go over to the Am I Infected
section and see what they have to say. You may have a rootkit infection.