For safety, I browse the internet through Sandboxie, a sandboxing program. My default browser that I use is Google Chrome and I run Windows 7. Last night, Kaspersky (Pure 3.0) started quarantining files from my cache - but after clearing them both in browser and going to the folder to clear out any stragglers, and emptying and deleting the contents of my browser sandbox, it happened again once I pulled up and connected to the internet without downloading anything (I did go to some webpages such as facebook or tumblr to test if it was one of them, but it appeared to be random - I also run adblock on my internet). I repeated this process several times, deleting the files out of quarantine each time.
I'm not being redirected, there's nothing new that's been installed on my computer, no new search bars, no new extensions, none of that kind of weirdness. Only Kaspersky sometimes telling me that file "f_0000a0", or file "f_001698" or "f_001697" from AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache was infected with a trojan.
And each time, the file was a different name but it was all categorized under the name "exploit.win32.MS05-036" which, when I looked up, I could only find information from 2007. I've run a full Kaspersky virus scan and it came up with no infected files, and am currently running a Malwarebytes scan. I've also run Adware cleaner just to see but did not remove or delete anything as I wasn't sure what was safe to remove or not.
Update: Malwarebytes has finished, and again no files/threats were found.
Is this a false positive, or is my computer infected with something weird?
Edited by Ms_Ren, 17 September 2015 - 08:25 AM.