(The following was created following the March 1st report of the hidden/trojan features of a program known as "B3D Projector". Unfortunately, as the default uninstaller only remove the "projector" part (and not the more sinister part) I decided to take the issue into my own hands...) I had a little time on my hands, so I whipped up a little program to get rid of BDE/B3D - i.e. all of the Brilliant Digital "scumware". Not only will it purge your pc of the executables and dlls, but it will get rid of the registry entries. Link to download: http://javacool1.freeservers.com/ UPDATE: I can't seem to link directly to the file, so I've built a short index.html page - it will let you download from there. Although the code may not be the most well-written it gets the job done - given more time I could obviously improve it. (It is also written in VB 6, as that is what I had immediately on hand, and allowed me to make the program do what I wanted it to do in a very short time.) Any comments/suggestions/etc. would be very welcome. In fact, for anyone who has the Brilliant Digital software installed on their system - it would be GREAT if you could test the program out and give any success/failure/etc. reports. It works fine on my systems, but you never know. Also, I'd be happy to keep the program updated with the latest removals, as I'm sure Brilliant Digital will be releasing some sort of update soon to embed their software even deeper into the system. :-/ Features of B3D Killer v1.0.2: -Removes all traces of the Brilliant Digital software (dlls and executables) from your computer. -Deletes most, if not all, registry keys associated with the program and its "auto-install" function (which lets it re-install itself silently when you browse a webpage). -Displays output of all actions performed. -Is only 40 kb. Files are moved to the recycle bin - and can be deleted completely after reboot (I decided to make it this way to ensure that IF any problems would arise, you could revert those changes). If you are a little cautious with what it does to your registry (which should be perfectly safe - it ONLY remove B3D entries and was tested on many systems) you can always create a registry backup before you use the program. Also, if anyone is willing to place this file on their sites/servers (if you like it enough ) I'd be very happy (as currently it's on a free web-hosting service, and they have a limit of bandwidth per month). Download here (I don't know how long this will stay up, with the bandwidth limit...): http://javacool1.freeservers.com UPDATE: I can't seem to link directly to the file, so I've built a short index.html page - it will let you download from there. Enjoy!