I been tinkering with this program named RegTick that can disable nearly everything even the more annoying malware always seems to use to throw users in confusion and panic, but if you follow the paths (they are listed in RegTick) and add rules to EQS against such disabling, and RegTick is equipped with a ton of them, you can succesfully prepare against any of these tactics malware makers always like to throw in their wares. http://www.majorgeeks.com/RegTick_d2710.html Such as disabling registry tools, disabling access to Control Panel, and a whole host of many other such tactics i seen over & over again on affected clients computers before. Just check them out, add the most common ones to EQS and it stops RegTick cold as a cucumber. Any ideas, thoughts, opinions on this? Definitely tightens EQS's grip on malwares easiest disruptions. Or is there a more universal setting to cover all these types of attempts, i'm open to better and/or easier rules suggestions to thwart RegTick methods.