I first noticed it yesterday. I think it tries to hide itself though so that you don't really notice it. I installed, updated, and ran the Microsoft Security Essentials and Malware bytes. The MSE didn't find anything suspicious, but the Malware bytes found 5 files. They are:
I got Malware bytes to quarantine them, and then I deleted them from there. However, I do notice that whenever I restart Windows now I get the error that for Malware bytes the cleanup.dll specified module cannot be found. However, Malware bytes works fine and says I'm protected while in Windows. Do any of you guys know how to fix this or is it nothing really to worry about? Also, is there any way of knowing if the malware stole any passwords or anything, or is that kind of hard to tell?
Thanks for all the help this far, especially with Malware bytes! I can't believe ESET and MSE didn't pick the spyware password viruses up though. Those are pretty nasty viruses! They should definitely be getting picked up, especially because they're in system32 and they're bin files!