I just downloaded a fresh copy of AVG with the latest updates and did a full scan. Of the two tracking cookies found (one being msn), the one that might be a false positive was identified as webtrends at c:\Documents and Settings\LocalService\Cookies\email@example.com. The problem is that I cannot find this folder \LocalService\ at all. I looked for it via Start>Explore and it wasn't there, and I did a search for "LocalService" on drive c: and came up empty. I thought maybe this was a hidden folder, but I checked under Folder Options in My Computer and found the "Show hidden files and folders" was checked, so that seemed OK. I have a system that is well protected and I rarely get so much as a false positive, and I suspect this may be one, but it's strange to find a FP supposedly in a folder that I cannot find. If AVG were a "rogue" AS application then I would suspect a deliberate FP, but AVG is reputable and generally well regarded I believe. By the way, I have been using AVG(ewido) as an on-demand scanner only for some time, and my system has always come up clean in full scans with AVG, and with everything else too. I only did an uninstall and new install because for a couple of weeks I was unable to get any updates. I kept getting an error message that the update server was not available, so I tried a new download. Any thoughts from those more familiar with AVG?