Solucian wrote:Pretty sure I don't have any malware on my pc.
That's not for me to judge, but no malware pretty much means no zombie. Is there some program that creates those adapters every time it's started?
IPv6to4 adapters are used to connect to IPv6 networks over a IP version 4 network. Most home systems operate on 192.168.x.x networks, while there already are ISPs migrating to IPv6. I only know how Teredo operates, but I don't know if those adapters work the same way or even if they are Teredo adapters.
To 'translate' data between IPv4 and IPv6 networks, the packets with IPv6 information can be encapsulated in IPv4 packets, the IPv4 packets are unencapsulated and the IPv6 information is sent through the IPv6 network. Maybe a certain program needs this functionality and creates a new adapter for it each time.
Either way, I think it's safe to remove all but one of them without losing functionality or remove all of them to find which offending program does not connect any more if you can't find out by running one application at a time to see which one creates the adapters.