Be very wary if you use SpyHunter, their software will not deal with threats if they come from "legitimate" sources. Which I've only just found out (see message below). If it came from a legitimate source; regardless of whether it is actually compromised or not; the software will not protect you from any malware that may be inside it, as I found out to my cost.
HP was informed yesterday, but whether they've actually got around to reading the report or not I'm unable to say. Just be aware that the 'Bing virus' as it's being called now, doesn't just affect small time players such as small software houses, but even the major ones, like HP. Get the best protection you can, I used to consider Enigma Software to be reliable, but sadly in this case they certainly aren't. This could be true for other companies also, so be careful!
In my case, I found the infecting agent was actually HP's C6180 Photosmart driver and software installation package, but reporting it for further testing seems to be a problem. In the eventuality that the downloadable version has been replaced; because I informed HP yesterday; I still have the package that caused the problem which I'll happily send to verify the nature of the threat that I've managed to track down. When this is installed, web browsing is severely compromised/made impossible by the bing implementation in the HP software. The link to the affected file; provided it's not been handled and removed yet; is gotten to from here: http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Photosmart-C6100-All-in-One-Printer-series/1153695/model/1153698/drivers.
In my experience I had issues the minute the package installed, bearing in mind there was no option to remove the 'Bing trap' that is there, it's built into the installer, you cannot manually remove it; like other nuissances; like Ask which is actually selectable, this isn't.
Hello Drakonix, thank you for using SpyHunter!
Unfortunately, there is nothing that SpyHunter can do about this.
The driver and software package are clearly coming from a legitimate source and their integrity is the responsibility of the software developer or HP in this case.
On another note, Bing.com is a safe search engine supported by Microsoft and will not be detected as a threat.
Apologies for the inconvenience.
All the best, and thanks again!
Technical Support Department
Enigma Software Group