What I have to say is explained in the following service request I sent to PestPatrol: CWSGoogleMS.3 - False Positive - Former Ticket# xxxxx In Reference to Former Ticket# xxxxx about the CWSGoogleMS.3/xxxtoolbar.com False Positive: PestPatrol finds xxxtoolbar.com in the Registry at: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\software\microsoft\windows\current version\internet settings\zonemap\domains\... This location IS the Microsoft Internet Explorer Security/Restricted Sites list! xxxtoolbar.com Belongs in this Restricted Sites list! It should NOT be removed! Removing xxxtoolbar.com from IE's Restricted Sites List, like Pest Patrol wants to do, would put my computer in MUCH DANGER!!! Pest Patrol should be protecting my computer!!! NOT putting it at Risk!!! PestPatrol finding it there as some sort of spyware site IS a FALSE POSITIVE!!!... When I told you about it on April 9th, (Ticket# xxxxx), and 10th, (Ticket# xxxxx), you said you were going to have it looked into...It seems like an extremely simple fix!...I was hoping that your next update would contain the correction. That update came several days ago...It is now May17th and PestPatrol STILL finds this False Positive CWSGoogleMS.3/xxxtoolbar.com in the IE Restricted Sites list! Spybot Search & Destroy does NOT find it! Adaware does NOT find it! NONE of my other Pest Tools find it! SpywareBlaster always wants to put it back after PestPatrol deletes it! Several friends and folks at user security forums are experiencing the same problem with PestPatrol! You have been notified about the problem over a month ago! Why does PestPatrol still have this False Positive!!! Please Fix this problem right away!!! I've paid good MONEY for your PestPatrol to PROTECT my computer!!! Please give me the protection I PAID FOR!!! Note: As of today, Pest Patrol has come out with other updates and acknowkedges the problem, but won't fix it! They say I should just use their "Exclude" option when I search. How hard could this be to fix?