The Autoexec.bat file looks innocent enough, something to do with Pinnacle Studio.
The random named .exe file showing up in the Running Processes section is something to do with Trend Micro
Clean up Registry with a Reg file:
- Please open a new Notepad file by clicking Start\All Programs\Accessories\Notepad
- Copy the text from the following Code box, by highlighting all the text and right click, Select Copy. (or use the Ctrl+C keyboard shortcut)
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\microsoft\windows nt\currentversion\winlogon] "Userinit"="C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\userinit.exe,"
- Paste it into Notepad. Right click in the window and select Paste. (or use Ctrl+V)
- Save the file to the Desktop, make sure Type is All Files, and name it Fixreg.reg
- Double click on the file created and click Yes when asked to merge the information into the Registry
Otherwise, I think you log is now clean & you are good to go.
Normally I would recommend software to improve your security, but most if not all would not run on the x64 platform.
I think that you should consider a software firewall as well.
The native Windows Firewall is notoriously poor at stopping/analysing outbound traffic, especially the types generated by
a) Trojans trying to download other malware.
b) Keyloggers calling "home" with potentially dangerous information from your PC (credit card/bank account details)
c) Malware reporting surfing habits.
It does a passable job at blocking inbound hacking, but not as good at "stealthing" (hiding) ports as many others, like Comodo, Sygate etc.
Hardware firewalls are very good at stopping hackers & other inbound traffic that you don't initiate.
However they can fail in the following circumstances:
a) You browse through a "doubtful" site, some of these are loaded with malware code. A hardware firewall cannot discriminate between the good & bad code, so, because you initiate the process, it lets it all code through.
b) A trojan calling out to download other malware, appears to a hardware firewall, to be a legitimate request, so let's the outbound request & inbound answer through.