I've looked your logs carefully.
Most of your threats are NOT viruses. A lot of entries in the log are about IObit/ASC software. IMHO, it's "fake" and useless software, which simulates rough activity (no doubt, it impresses newbies), but real useful results are about 0 (except wasting your disk).
Independent experts and computer scientists have studied the effectiveness of the software. They concluded that the software practically does NOT improve your PC, compared with the standard system maintenance programs. Defrag procedures are "built-in" in Win 7, including boot-time defrag (BTW, defrag in Win 7 IS smart, so SmartDefrag from IObit goes to Trash...). Registry fragmentation has almost no effect on performance, so defragmenting the registry every time - meaningless waste of time. DriverBooster can't boost your drivers... Should I continue?
Speaking shortly, all your threats are divided into 3 categories: riskware (program.unwanted, mostly from IObit), adware (Toolbars) and hacktools (from Panda).
All of these programs are not "real" viruses/trojans. Dr.Web/CureIt warns you about these programs, because it can be dangerous under certain conditions. For example, Panda_URL_Filtering.exe - is hacktool program Tool.InstallToolbar.176 (entry from your log). So, it installs Toolbar. Is it dangerous? No, if it's expected behavior (you run the program on their own and know what it does/should do).
Except 2 cases:
1. C:\Extracted\TorrentProv313ph4nt0mapk__11652_il89127.exe - infected with Trojan.Amonetize.11368
Check this file on VirusTotal.com
2. C:\Program Files\Lenovo\Lenovo Solution Center\Microsoft Fix it\FixitUi\_desktop.ini - infected with Win32.HLLW.Gavir.ini
Programs from Lenovo create these strange files for some (unknown) reasons. It's false alarm.
So, CureIt just informs you on detection of a malicious object and prompts to neutralize threats by applying suitable actions. These actions are suggested in accordance with the settings on the tab Settings -> Actions.
You may select Ignore for your riskware/adware/hacktools. It instructs CureIt to skip these objects without performing any action or displaying a notification.
Then about the registry and HOSTS. CureIt is just "scanner-on-demand", it does not provide "real-time" protection. Unlike CureIt, Dr.Web provides realtime protection for critical areas of the registry. If CureIt detects changes in your HOSTS (for example, HOSTS has been modified by trojans/you), it prompts you to reset HOSTS to default. If you for some reasons use your own HOSTS, add this file in the Exclusions list.
Thanks for your questions. Hope, my tips will help to clarify the situation.
Сообщение было изменено Dmitry_rus: 28 Ноябрь 2015 - 13:30