As an 'advanced' computer user, I am a tad baffled at my current predicament.
I have rarely used a firewall or anything similar in my +15 years of working with computers (although I recommend them to my customers) simply because I don't see the need. I'm rarely downloading anything, and if I do, it's from known-to-be trusted websites. Malware and the likes are usually initiated by the person, and I tend to be smarter then that.
However, recently something has been bugging me. Malwarebytes has been picking up on something every so often (which is rare) and I CAN'T seem to figure out how I am getting this bleepware on my computer.
SO - I'm interested in a program to figure out how this spyware is ending up on my hard drives. Here's a screenshot of what Malwarebytes has picked up - http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/1626/44119115.jpg
And what Spybot picked up -http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/1465/96318925.jpg
These are a little different from what's been happening. Usually, I pick up randomly-named .dll files. They are almost always located in my system32 folder. I know that's vague, but any help would be appreciated.