It seems this problem has been encountered before on these forums.
I'm running Win 7 64 bit
I have these rogue processes running - multiple instances - using a lot of system memory and slowing the computer.
(Google Inc.) C:\Users\Mark\AppData\LocalLow\Sun\zngaoca\Uonbgemojdgt\Zhhjeudnqbh.exe
I will run DDS later and attach. I'm posting this from a second Windows installation (same disk, separate partition) on the same machine - which doesn't appear to be infected.
For now I attach the results from FRST which I ran when last using the infected Windows installation. I think it is quite easy to see the problem files - which appear to reside in the Sun (JAVA) folder of the users hidden AppData folder. Naturally trying to delete these folders or kill the processes is to no avail - since some other hidden process or service is causing them to respawn when Windows boots.
I have tried scanning with Avast and Internet Security Essentials from the "clean" windows installation to check for the malware on the "infected" partition - but nothing shows up.
I have also tried RKill while running the infected installation - but this didn't pick anything up.
RogueKiller64 causes a BSOD when run on both clean and infected partitions - which I'm sure is unrelated. But interesting to know.