I wanted to report a false positive. This is from a computer with nothing but Windows and HP OEM software installed, so the chances of a virus is pretty low.
It tags " C:\Program Files (x86)\Hewlett-Packard\Shared\HpqToaster.exe " as a worm (Chir 1335.) I ran the file passed virustotal, clamwin is the ONLY scanner to deem the file a positive match for a worm out of 50+ other scanners.
Results are here: https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/1f6082c0e3a8593e1bb60d4b8c30d48e41d433a6cf67146a5ced13467a890892/analysis/1421081530/
HP OEM bloatware can be pretty invasive, so it's not a huge surprise to me that perhaps heuristics picked it up as malware. I don't know much about ClamWin or it's capabilities so that's just a guess as to why the false positive exists.
Just wanted to inform the community to improve the ClamWin software.