If you cannot identify these programs(they are unfamiliar to me as well) then configure Zone Alarm so as to deny these programs internet access.
Do you have an antivirus? If so, update and run it as soon as you can.
You have run SpyBot, now download Ad-Aware SE, update and run it. Set Ad-Aware to do a full system scan and not just the default setting "Smart Scan".
Go to Start>Search >Advanced options click each one except "case sensitive". Type in the name of the file(s) and click Search. Then tell us where these files are located on your System. My guess is they are safe to delete given their unidentifiable nature. Usually a google search turns up something.
However, there is an off-chance they are related to some program on your system that you need or would like to keep.
Let us know how you make out!
When I first turn my machine on I continually get ZoneAlarm Alerts for weird programs, hN37d3.exe, RaOEed.exe, etc. which are trying to access the trusted zone. I can't find any of these programs on the machine nor are they found by Google. It is almost always the programs first attempt. I have been denying access with no problems, but it is very annoying as there can be 5-10 of these all at once. I'm using the downloaded ZoneAlarm Pro trial version. My computer is a Presario running XP SP2. Both Ad Aware and Spybot show the computer clean with the exception of DSO EXPLOIT. Any advice?