It wouldn't be the first detection of SuperAntiSpyware.exe by an AV, a few have done so in the past. If Mcafee was at some point detecting it then i'm sure more would have reported it. This is the only other (admittedly tenuous) reference to it possibly doing so i can find.
Sorry I took so long to post back, I had to step out for a while.
I not sure SuperAntiSpyware was ever detected by McAfee. I only had one entry in quarantine and when I restored that entry it was restored to the MBAM folder. Therefore I would gather that the file in quarantine was MBAM-Dor.exe. (ref. images in my previous post)
What I don't understand is why there was a mention of SuperAntiSpyware in the details of this quarantined file.
I also had this problem this morning. On my home PC, I have the McAfee retail VirusScan 12. It detected mbam-dor.exe as the generic.dx trojan.
What is going on? Is it really a trojan or a false positive. I am going to try scanning the file at work with the McAfee Enterprise 8.5i version of VirusScan.
Just installed MalwareBytes and then scanned the malwarebytes folder with VirusScan 8.5i with latest DAT 5426. It did not report anything found even on the file mbam-dor.exe. It appears that it is just the retail version that is flagging this program.