Some people suggested that I implement features in the Ad-Aware Checker program to allow it to check and log modifications/deletions/tamperings in all files that you add to a "list". Enter FileChecker. The current version is still 1.0 BETA. This doesn't mean that it includes horrible bugs, but that not all features I wanted to include are included yet (most importantly, a feature to store your "check" list so you can have FileChecker run at startup with no necessary configuration every time it is run). Right now, however, FileChecker will allow you to add any file to a database, and will watch those files for potentially malicious happenings. If files are modified, deleted, or tampered with, and are on your check list, you will be (optionally) notified with a pop up window, or the actions will just be logged for review later. Basically, you can now add your firewall, AV, or any other program of files you want to a main watch list - and you will know if something malicious has tried to corrupt/uninstall/edit it without your knowledge. The website it's up at is http://www.wilderssecurity.com/filechecker.html. Sorry if you don't find the webpage itself well-developed in terms of its graphics but I'd rather concentrate on getting the program and website content done first, then on making it fancy-looking. Comments/suggestions/bug reports/etc. are all greatly appreciated. Enjoy! -javacool P.S. You may notice some weird numbers in the FileChecker system tray bar icon - these are simply there as a small method of making it harder for a rogue app. to terminate FileChecker. New versions will include even more techniques of assuring your files are still being watched for tampering.