I did a malwarebytes scan before I did tdss killer and it found nothing, then I ran tdss killer and it found that file
In the past, Alureon (TDSS variant) was not spotted by MBAM on my machine, but HitMan Pro did spot it. When dealing with elite malicious rootkits, MBAM is good for a final clean up, but a KAV rescue disk is the nail in the coffin
for the worst rootkits (follow up with MBAM). If you don't have a rescue disk, ComboFix would be my second choice. Matt has used TDSS killer, and Bit Defender's TDSS killer in the recent past against the TDSS family with no success.