I recently downloaded a rather large folder using bit torrent. This folder contained other folders each itself containing various .mp3, .pdf, and .txt files. Being my usual suspicious self, I thoroughly scanned everything. BitDefender 10 turned up nothing, however, SpySweeper identified the following: 1 Threat – potentially rootkit-masked files 6 Traces – two .mp3, two .pdf, and two .txt files were listed The interesting thing is that neither Blacklight, nor Rootkit Revealer flagged anything on my system. Also, I scanned my entire system for ADS and turned up nothing. When I try to open one of the suspect .txt files, it tells me that access is denied. I cannot look at the properties of the file because for some reason that option is not available when I right-click on those particular files. Also, I wanted to contain the suspect files within a compressed file, so I tried to zip the folders that contain those files using WinRAR and that seemed to work fine. That was until I unzipped the folder. Everything was there except the suspicious file. I’m not too worried because I do all of this type of stuff on my laptop and there is nothing on my laptop that is confidential or worth stealing. At this point I just want to know what is going on. Any suggestions?