With all the comments on this site, I decided to test it out. So on my test computer, I ran it and it identified 3 files, ALL OF WHICH I KNOW ARE CLEAN.
So I copied the files to another drive (internal), so if they were "cleaned" by another program on the "C" drive, I could copy them back into place. I reset the computer, and tested the files against Avast, Malwarebytes, Spybot, SuperAntiSpyware, Emsisoft, AND OTHER antivirus and antimalware programs. I also uploaded the files to multiple online scanning sites, and the results were negative in all cases, except Hitman Pro.
Between each test, the test computer was reset using Paragon Backup and Recovery, to insure nothing interferred with the test. What I did was (local program test):
1. Reset the computer without antimalware, antivirus, etc programs.
2. Installed the appropriate software.
3. Scanned the computer.
4. Started at #1 again.
After all the testing, which took hours, and one final test with Hitman Pro, it is my opinion that the 3 files were false positives.
I'M NOT SAYING that Hitman Pro is a bad program, I just wanted to make this testing results known, and that false positives are a definite possibility.
Have a great day.