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Hello, I just started a system analysis with Bitdefender and the report mentions among other information: 153335 ignored files, 4209 password protected files. I went through the log (which is an .xml file so I cannot insert it in my message) and I saw different weird file paths, here are some example: - D:\Musique\iTunes\iTunes Media\Mobile Applications\Jetpack 1.8.8.ipa=>Payload=>jetpack.app=>assets.zip=>textures/Entities/MysteryCrystal.xml - C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\rtkhdasetting\103C850B\APO.zip=>APO=>84810527=>84810527.txt - C:\Windows\System32\drivers\rtkhdasetting.zip=>rtkhdasetting=>103C83C7=>APO.zip=>APO=>83110208=>83110208.txt - C:\Users\Public\Documents\Wondershare\mobiletrans_full5826.exe=>(Instyler o)=>(Instyler Module 477)=>iTunes_Control/iTunes/iTunes Library.itlp/DBTemp/.status-com.apple.itdprep.command.runPostProcessing - C:\Program Files (x86)\Wondershare\MobileTransPro\Library\iTunes_Control_ios9.zip=>iTunes_Control/iTunes/iTunesCDB - C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\rtkhdasetting\103C8490\APO.zip=>APO=>84850109=>84850109.txt I think this is weird that there are so much files about iTunes and Halfbrick apps, mixed with Wondershare (by the way I am currently struggling to uninstall all my Wondershare softwares, for example the uninstaller file for the Wondershare software called "Video Converter Ultimate" does not work and says something like "unins000.msg is missing"). But the most suspect thing in my opinion is the "rtkhdasetting" thing. Through a Google search I found a few topics mentionning this may be about malware... But I did not find help in these topics so I post a new one here. I really hope you can help me, I must admit I am a bit afraid Thank you in advance!