There seem to be a accidental namespace conflict with the Trojan horse GWGhost on the windows dxinput.dll. It seems that one of the characteristics of GWGhost Backdoor is that it creates a file called dxinput.dll in system32. Lazy people seem to copy the .dll to system32 just to aboid settinga a -Djava.library.path. When the user copies the file to system32 it spooks the Microsoft AntiSpiware which believes that a Trojan has entered the building.
I suggest that we could change the name of dxinput.dll to maybe jinput-dxinput.dll to avoid getting stuck in the windows virus, spy ware and “dll hell” .
Info on GWGhost can be found on:http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/backdoor.gwghost.html