I ran a scan for malware on a Microsoft Windows 10 system using SUPERAntiSpyware, an anti-spyware program that is available as a free version, today. I ran a scan of another Windows 10 system at the same location using SUPERAntiSpyware a few days ago after the user of that system reported performance problems on her system. The other user told me that the user of the system I scanned today was also experiencing problems with her system. SUPERAntiSpyware reported "1 Item Found" on the system I scanned today. It reported that it found an application Search Protection:
Search Protection is a program that may display advertisements and is bundled with other potentially unwanted programs.
It identified the following Windows registry key as suspicious:
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