I am experiencing slow system scans using ESET 5.0.93 (does not matter what definition file is being used). What I have noticed is the scanner is processing files in C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\BXBAG455 for a long period of time. When I looked at the folder with Windows explorer, there were over 73,000 files, mainly .js files of varying sizes. I don't have java runtime installed on this computer. ESET found 1 file compromised in the above folder, a .swf file infected with SWF/TrojanDownloader.Agent.NCZ.trojan Does anyone know what is going on with this folder? These files don't go away when I delete my IE 8 browsing history. I tried asking this question over on bleepingcomputer and did not get any answers.