Hello jackknive. CilyPudi can offer this information about "loadclean.exe aka Generic2.JVI". Firstly, I am not surprised you found no information on the specific Generic2.JVI trojan. I have learned that different AV companies name the same process with sorta their own special names. The process you are concerned with is the adware loadclean.exe. So, instead of researching what Grisoft calls Generic2.JVI, I will offer information on the installed trojan process loadclean.exe.
Popupsentry.com says it is an 'Unclassified.Cmd32.process' and is associated with CMD32.exe.
Aumha.org calls loadclean.exe 'Win32/Delf.CB, it is associated with CMD32.exe and is involved with banking trojans.
At computing.net, some guy was surfing to get a specific popup blocker when his IE started acting buggy. He shut down the browser and found a fake error message and some new icons on his desktop. He searched his root directory for new entries and found a trojan had installed "loadclean.exe (loadcl~1.exe) and CMD32.exe"
Some girl had c:\winnt\loadclean.exe in her Hijackthis log (I just love looking at those things, haha) and she also had the CMD32 at "c:\WINNT\System32\CMD32.exe internat.dll,LoadKeyboardProfile"
Tomcoyote.org calls loadclean.exe "Trojandownloader.Win32.Delf.cb10 found in c:\windows\loadclean.exe.
Anyway, whatever you call this malware process, it needs to un-exe itself. Nowhere did I find either to be a legitimate process. Since you know its a spyware process (and not a virus) you're looking for, I would simply put the loadclean.exe and the CMD32.exe into RegSeeker and it will find all registry entries for this crap. I use RegSeeker alot to get rid of traces of a lot of crap embedded in the curly (I mean snarly) registry.
If you don't already have it, get it free here http://www.hoverdesk.net/freeware.htm
Or look for these things yourself in the above referenced folders.
I hope I have helped you and never implant a VeriChip!
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