As part of my "spring-cleaning", I decided to clean house and format.
When everything was up and running, the first thing I downloaded was CounterSpy. I updated it and ran a scan just to run a scan.
So far so good, so then I wanted to go into my Control Panel and tweak some settings. I went to the Control Panel via the Start button and as soon as I hit the CP option, I got the dreaded BSOD.
Now it flashed pretty quickly then restarted so at first I could grab what the BSOD said. I was able to find out more info when I took a picture with my digital camera (don't laugh!) and found something called "sbapifs.sys". I never heard of up but upon researching via Google, it seems to be related to Sunbelt which in turn would be related to CounterSpy.
But I'm not too sure about that which is why I'm posting. I was wondering if my CounterSpy exe was bugged out or something and that this sbapifs.sys is malware?
Thanks for reading this and for any help you can provide.
This is a little out of topic but I was wondering if CounterSpy has a MD5 hash to verify the exe?