Hello - let me just thank in advance whomever can/will help me with interpreting the attached ComboFix log run Sunday, March 31, 2013.
IMPORTANT: This might be a little bit different of a situation as to why I ran this scan on my computer. I just received a new (well very nicely rebuilt) Dell Latitude E6500 laptop for my birthday from my VERY PC/Tech savvy boyfriend. To make a long story short and to spare you all the gory details... due to a situation in the past where he has used some very nifty pc tools "check in on me" (aka spy and completely unfoundedly I might add) on my old laptop. Because of this, I asked another very tech savvy friend if he knew of a way I could find out if any keylogging or spying programs have been installed on my lovely new computer, even if they are buried deep and undetectable by the untrained not so malware/spyware savvy eyes of myself. Without telling me anything else about the program, he recommended I run a ComboFix scan, which would most likely reveal any such software on my new computer. Without hesitation, I did just that. I knew ComboFix was a legit yet very serious program through previously using in as directed by an antivirus/malware expert when I was having major Trojan issues on my old laptop.
So... I am looking for any suspicious programs/files/whatever! that may have been put on my laptop, by my boyfriend (lol) that might be designed to literally spy on me. And NO! For the record, I have never given him a reason to feel the need to "check up on" me nor am I now or ever have done anything behind his back. I'm hoping that this will just be a bad case of paranoia on MY PART... and not HIS.
Again, thank you in advance for your help. I have attached said log file below as well as general information about my computer.
Jennifer a.k.a. WonderMomma
Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, P8600 @2.40GHz 2.40 GHz
4.00 GB RAM installed, 64-bit OS