In C:\WINDOWS\Temp there are 150+ small files beginning “sqlite_’ that accumulate over time. Of these 150+ files, generally three have the same creation date. The current “in use” manifestation is “locked” by the Free McAfee SiteAdvisor service executable: McSACore.exe v2,9,0,239.
Are these temporary files evidence of a failure of McSACore.exe to clean up after itself at termination or are these files saved for reuse to improve performance?
If the latter they should be, I would say, not kept in a temporary folder.
SQLite seems to be a handy, portable public-domain-database engine according to wikipedia. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQLite Other references show SQLite also being used by malware data loggers to collect data prior to forwarding to evil-doers.
In my XP SP3 Home IE7 environment, the following are representative of this file group beginning with the newest and ending with the oldest: