I cannot find such cookies in the firefox applications cache nor in the IE cookies or cache.
When I highlight the detected malware, and right click, one que that pops up is: “more details”. When activated it shows “jump to location". But nothing happens when “jump to location" is clicked, so I assume I have not enabled that function in Spybot to be able to see each cookie's exact location.
Obviously, it has to do with "firefox default". But the "jump to location" does not operate so I do not know what its actual location is.
I think you have to click the plus sign,then highlight what is selected below,then select jump to location.,But,when I looked on mine,the jump to location on a cookie didn't work either,but it did jump for something besides cookies.(I used to find I had to sometimes click jump to location twice,first time opens regedit,second time takes you to the location.)So,I'd guess Jump to location just takes you to the location on some things.
You're welcome. Btw,this shows how to block third-party cookies,if you would like to have a look: http://www.spybot.info/en/faq/37.html
You might already have that set in firefox,but I thought I'd throw the link on here,just in case.
If you haven't fixed 3B Software Registry Repair yet,if you highlight it with your mouse after a scan,then over to the right,click the section with the two arrows,Spybot may have a description of it.