I looked over your logs and couldn't find anything major blaring that you have anything suspicious or malicious running on your computer. This doesn't mean the computer is safe, but it is HIGHLY unlikely you have a common virus or rootkit. If you want to double check using a method that would be immune to extremely advanced rootkits, you can try my boot CD I created for difficult to remove malware.
The behavior you were referring to might be a bug or flaw in McAfee's recent update and I am told they are investigating the issue. You may want to post in the VirusScan forum or contact Technical Support if you are interested in trying to help locate the source of this problem with McAfee's Techs.
thanks for your time looking through my data. It possibly is a McAfee bug, but since some bots could install malicious dll code into the McAfee programs to stop them at the "right" point of time I got worried.
In the process I've learned a lot about how infection may occurr this days.
While it's true some malware will try to load inside other program, tools like RootRepeal and GMER would detect if there is hidden code loaded. There was no indication of some bad third party code in your autoruns log which would show pretty much everything that automatically starts up with your computer.