|Virus Total is pretty good. I think you can believe them. They scan with about 60 AVs now. Note the comment about the file being harmless--they don't do that for every file even if there are no detections.
If you are really extra concerned about malware infections, run a real-time AV and an antimalware program. There are lots of real-time AVs--some of them are free. The free versions of Malwarebytes antimalware and Zemana antimalware are good but they do not scan in real-time for free. Pick one of them (I like Zemana but it has some growing pains) and do a daily on-demand scan with it. Keep ClamWin as a backup scanner--updated hourly with daily scheduled scans of memory, user\appdata, system 32, sysWOW64, and windows\temp. That will give you good protection.
The lines in question came from a ClamWin scan (notice they show FOUND at the end of them).
You recommend running a real-time AV/AM program, but mention Malwarebytes and Zemana then mention they don't do real-time... so I don't know which ones you actually recommend for real-time scanning.
I already have ClamWin run weekly, I don't think it's worth the daily drive grind as I don't use the laptop every day.