Answer Best answer as chosen by user hartlanders
Could be various reasons..
You mentioned SUPERAntiSpyware (SAS) "always shows infections up to 92", while Avast reports you clean. Without seeing what SAS is reporting, I'm willing to bet most (if not all) are tracking cookies.
You haven't mentioned which email account you're using. If I'm (correctly) understanding what's happening, then read Someone is sending from my address. It should explain the reasons, more concisely than I'm able to.
Scroll down the same page and click on the plus sign next to "My Contacts say I sent spam to them, or I found suspicious access to my account. " If that happens not to be the case, but "there are messages in spam for 'me' " IS, then click on that plus sign.
The above references Gmail. Whichever account it is that you're using, all suggest changing your password and security question. The same course of action holds true for Hotmail, and Yahoo.
It wouldn't hurt to get another opinion, in addition to those of Avast and SAS:
ESET's Online Scanner - Their FAQ and Help sections should answer any questions you might have. (Temporarily disable Avast prior to running the scan)
Best of luck..
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