Oh no, I don't think anyone here thought you were foolish or doubted what you said. I certainly did not. I believe any user 100% when they say their anti-virus/spyware/adware program claims an exe is harmful.
The problem isn't you, the user. It's the over aggressive anti-virus/spyware/adware programs that label a file as bad solely because the program doesn't see that file very often. Interestingly, in the name of anti-spyware, they track what software and files are encountered on their users' computers. If a file doesn't appear very often, that alone can redflag the file. SuperAntiSpyware is one of the repeat offenders and there's another brand that's just as bad.
Greetings everyone. I have actually and surprisingly just been contacted by the folks at SuperAntiSpyware and they have informed me that the problem that I have had with the RNKJV,EXE module being infected with or showing a Trojan backdoor is a glitch in their anti-malware program and is being taken care of with a definition adjustment. I am appreciative that my concerns have now been alleviated and do thank everyone who thought me to be foolish for being concerned about this. It was alerting me that a Backdoor Trojan was present and I responded accordingly.