I was looking for a genealogy program and came upon Legacy 5 at Softpedia http://www.softpedia.com/get/Others/Home-Education/Legacy-Family-Tree.shtml (This link is safe.) There is a link to Millenia Corporation on the site and I clicked on this and browsed their site where they had details of Legacy 6. When I subsequently minimized the browser window, my Desktop Wallpaper had been changed to a white background with "Version 6 of Legacy is now here", (I can't remember the exact wording). I was using Opera 8.5 on XP Home at the time and, by running TrashIt, found the offending jpg file in the Skins folder within the Opera Profile folder, (it wasn't in the Opera Cache folder). I am a bit flummoxed as to the mechanics of how, by just visiting a website, my Desktop Wallpaper can be changed. After scanning with security apps nothing else appears to have been deposited. I had ProcessGuard and NAV 2003 running at the time. I've run HijackThis and there are no differences to a previously backed up log. I won't make any personal comments about these people other than to say you would think genealogy experts would know who their fathers' were.