Jeff is not in coooohooots with this SuperAntiSpyware if it is showing up here. This program attempts to install junk to call in reinforcements that are updated to avoid detection. Not a good thing at all. is this showing up with both chrome and firefox? is it browser plugin that sneaked in somewhere? Also make sure that you check your uninstall options and that speedpc max is not somehow installed. It may be possible and only other thing I can think of. (In Windows) speedPc max when you connected switched your browsing to a proxy. If this is the case it would explain how you get other stuff and can't find it anywhere. You would not even know you were browsing through a proxy and you would notice internet slowdown to some extent. So follow along to make sure........This is Windows 7 click on start button (big windows icon bottom left) then on the right panel select control panel. In the control panel will be tons of stuff, look for the one called "Internet Options" and select that. Next with internet options window open find the connections tab at top and pick that. at the bottom left will be a button called Lan settings, click that. The only thing that should be checked is the automatically check settings button. If proxy is checked with some address then you found your issues. Firefox: click orange top left button that says firefox. Pick options then pick options again. now click on the "Advanced tab" Next click on the Network tab. The very first option labeled "connection" configure how firefox connects to the internet (Settings button) click the settings button and make sure no proxy is active. try these, I know speedpcmax changes peoples way they connect to the internet if you run into this Malware even one time. They do this by setting a proxy for you and Malwarebytes won't think a proxy set is a virus.