Advice please.

  nd33cfc 14:19 07 Aug 05

My PC has been crashing lately. I was shocked when my Anti-Spyware found a "Trojan 93" in my system, which i have since removed.
However, every time i boot my PC i get a message from my firewall, alerting me to a program attempting to connect to the internet. The program is named "CLI Application (Command Line Interface). Also when i actually connect to the net "drst.exe" attempts to connect also. Can anyone advise me if i should allow these programs access to the net ?
For information i am running the following spec....Windows XP Pro (SP2)..Zone Alarm....Norton Anti-Virus...Microsoft Anti-Spyware...Ad-Aware...CC Cleaner.
Thanx in advance of any information you can offer.

  VoG II 14:27 07 Aug 05

drst.exe click here

Try a scan with a² click here

  Stuartli 14:42 07 Aug 05

CLI can also mean Caller Line Identification (i.e. the "1470," prefix to a phone number); it's the method adopted by an ISP, for instance, to ensure the number provided by a subscriber is being used to access its service.

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