This looks like the cause . . .
Your MScanMeteoPro . . .
If you don't need it, I'd uninstall or delete it. Check with their site.
Ah . . . missed that. It's invisible! See the period right before the name of the file?
For right now,
Can you find any other MScan Meteo files?
Use the search method, OK.
Click on the desktop, then press the Command key along with the letter " f " key.
In the resulting pane, type in Mscan Meteo Pro.
Is that thing even Mac compatible ?
invisible tmp file in ~/Library/Application Support/ sounds like Flashback
running software update should find the java update which ought to remove it & notify the user, after which change all passwords & check online accounts etc
Ok I tried the desktop search-nada
I updated java and all software in the update from Apple which afterwards should notify me if it found Flashback, no notice so don't think Flashback was there.
Safari still doesn't launch and give me th esame message.
From what I can find- it might be some kind of windows thing-on my Mac though?
I don't suppose it's a windows thing - you might try the manual removal detailed at http://www.f-secure.com/v-descs/trojan-downloader_osx_flashback_i.shtml depending on your skill/confidence. They have a removal app there too.
take it a step at a time - begin with defaults read /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/Info LSEnvironment & see what you find out.
shows "...Another auxiliary component will be installed to the user folder $HOME/Library/Application Support/ under a random name which starts with a dot and has a .tmp extension."
so likely you'll find that defaults read ~/.MacOSX/environment DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES gives a result