Hello all, First I installed a few month ago Superantispyware Free, to try and to compare (and to complete) with other antispyware like Spybot... A few weeks ago, after upgrading ZAPro to 7.0.462, I encountered problems to update SAS database... After having looked in ZAP Program Control, I saw that SAS was banned (black listed) by Smart Defense (automatic rule setting) and that was the reason why it was impossible to update database... After some reseaches on the web, I found some posts that said that SAS deactivated ZA firewall and reactivated Windows XP firewall without having notified user... I thought that this was the main reason why Checkpoint desided to black liste SAS... Well, using SAS Free, I found all commercial advices to buy complete version of SAS suspicious at each level.... So I decided to uninstall definitely SAS Free from both of my computers... Uninstalling process (twice exactly the same on to different processes) : 1) Using add/remove programs, I found the SAS Free entry and launched the uninstall wizard... Good 2) I was asked if I wanna remove all history and quarantined programs... And then internet explorer were launched on an appropriate survey page... Well ! I took sometimes to explain the reasons of my choice... 3) Finishing unstallation : when uninstall wizard ended, I had a look on my start menu entries and the link to Superantispyware were still here... I deleted it.... I had a look to my C:\Program Files\ and saw the folder \SuperAntiSpyware was still here... And still containing all sys, dll, exe files, etc... And the plugins folders... So I decided to delete all to get rid of all of the application but.... Impossible to delete the folder because of sasctxmn.dll and saswinlo.dll still registered and activated.... "What else ?" I decided to use the biggest weapons I had to destroy this was begining, for me, an annoying pet that I had to delete of my PC (My weapon is from jv16.org, thks a lot)!!! To be quick, the only way to get rid of this pet is to delete all registry entries that contains one of the following entries : - sasctxmn.dll - saswinlo.dll - superantispyware If you try, you will see about an hundred of registry keys !!! Yes... After the reboot : I was able to delete the whole folder, in C:\Program Files\... That's happened on exactly in the same way, for both of my PC... I will try tonight on another one and I'm sure that will be the same ! So : my conclusion is this application is one of the biggest pet I never had... And the first rule to fit, before being an antispyware, is to provide a proper uninstallation wizard !!!! And I hate all the application that say there are free but continuously telling or pop-up you "Hey Guy, You have to pay for real time monitoring etc...." Bye bye SAS !!!!