these are both files related to the installer used in drag&drop robot.
quite harmless, not sure why counterspy is flagging them as risky.
a good indication that counterspy is be wildly ridiculous is the fact that the irunin.lng is a plain text file which just contains info about captions to show in the setup program, and all you have to do is open it in a text editor to see that it is not only harmless, but devoid of anything that should even suggest a danger. sometimes these antispyware/virus apps will react to the strangest things..
what exactly does it say?
ps - this is a good opportunity to remind me - be very careful trusting cleaning apps to properly identify spyware and stuff.
i've yet to run a registry cleaner, for example, that didnt want to remove critical entries from my registry thinking they were spyware when they weren't. and i always wince when i see that because i wonder how many people just hit ok and let these apps mess up their computer in the name of trying to have a clean registry.