Not too sure what those are but Google finds this information "dyngate.exe is a DynGate belonging to DynGate Router from TeamViewer GmbH" as one possibility.
As a precaution I recommend you run the free versions of these two tools after first updating them and let them clean anything they find and reboot if asked to.
I already have superantispyware installed on my puter. I will run it anf then the other one.
Looks like TeamViewer and Dyngate are both part of remote support software.. It leaves a couple of possibilities.. Either you've allowed your ISP to install remote repair software on the machine (this is probably the most common answer even though you may not be aware of it. ISP installation CD's common install such software.)...or.. a remote "bad guy" is attempting to take control of the system. See the link below:
Hope this helps.
I ran both programs. Neithere one found anything. Teamviewer and Dyngate are not on the list in Add?Remove programs. I did a search on both names and neither program was found on my computer.
For stubborn infections that nothing seems to budge try using an application called "Hijackthis" and posting its log on one of the forums below. They will check it and help you get rid of whatever ails your machine.
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