I recently upgraded to version 220.127.116.11 and today my Counterspy did it's weekly scan and it reported this: I told Counterspy to quarantine it and then went into my registry but those two keys were still there, so I am guessing that ESET would not allow then to be removed. Anyone else come across this and if so, what if anything did you do? I really don't want to setup an exception in Counterspy to always allow this type of threat so I guess I have no choice but to just ignore it each week. This never came up with the previous version of ESET. Thanks.