Thank you. So this is a not a virus? but a block of virus definitions from Spybot? So I don't need to be concerned or try to take any action?
Normally I don't get viruses with the teatimer when it's up to date and use Spybot scan as only a back up to Malwarebytes. to check it. MBAM does miss things on occasion. A MBAM tech support guy said that Teatime was equivalent to the MBAM resident, and it was good. MBAM resident is NOT free/ I'd have to buy their pro version and actually uses MORE resources to run the MBAM resident not fewer .
I don't know of a better free resident and right now I'd like a free one. :-)
So in the future I should not elect to scan memory?
There is nothing to worry about, but as far as actions go, either don't scan memory or expect to see this type of thing or as I said remove S&D + plus teatimer, which was pretty much a passenger in your previous detections that avast made malware-gen.
Since avast has anti-spyware built-in the need for a resident anti-spyware is depreciated, but I have always had one from before avast incorporated anti-spyware. For me that was a one off payment for SAS Pro, which I had before MBAM came out. Were that different I would probably purchase the MBAM license (one off fee) now and that is probably what I will do for my other system upgrade from MBAM free.
There is nothing wrong with using the MBAM free version as a secondary on-demand scanner to avast or the paid resident option.
I don't know who that MBAM tech was but personally teatimer is nothing close to giving the same level of protection that the MBAM resident protection gives. We see lots of stuff in the viruses and worms forum and S&D teatimer doesn't seem to feature much other than the above and potential conflicts.
It is most certainly your choice it is your system, but there is no way I would go back to S&D (gave it up many years ago) from either SAS or MBAM.