I know that Spywarewarrior.com de-listed the program from the rogue list, but is it really worth loading? Every fifth post on this forum seems to recommend Spyware Terminator. Spyware Terminator had that association with Crawler.com and though it might be the best free anti-malware program that resides in start-up, their old associations are still worrisome. What if the company behind Comet Cursor suddenly started issuing a great anti-spyware program that was in vogue. Wouldn't you be wondering if there was a catch and wonder if one day an update would install a new dll file that was problematic? PCworld has the program on their download site, but add this at the bottom: http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/userreviews/fid,64132/userreviews.html There's also a nice little debate going over at Fileforum.betanews: http://fileforum.betanews.com/review/1139394850/1/view They seem to love it over at Download.com. The reviews are glowing: http://www.download.com/Spyware-Terminator/3640-8022_4-10620735.html Now if you look at Malware-test.com, they have Spyware Terminator rated below AVG and Avast for malware detection (Bitdefender 10 rated the highest with NOD32 and Kaspersky coming in 2nd and 3rd, respectively). Surprisingly, McAfee, Superantispyware and Spy Sweeper did very poorly. http://www.malware-test.com/antispyware.html If you look at their anti-virus testing, it differs greatly from AV-comparatives.org: http://www.malware-test.com/antivirus.html After doing this research, I'm still not sure. On the one hand, if a former packager of adware can't put out a good anti-malware program, then who can?! On the other hand, Avast seems to do a better job, so why not just load Avast and take care of two problems with one program? I'd be interested to know what the frequent and longtime posters of Wilders have to say.