Foxie (http://www.getfoxie.com/) offers tabs for IE6, and a "firewall" and "spyware sweeper" thing. While I only use it for the tabs (IE7's tabs are painfully slow, so I'm back to IE6 with Foxie tabs), I am concerned. On BetaNews site, on the reviews for Foxie, some users reported the "firewall" as being a trojan. I have it disabled from my startup, but still, is the trojan news true? BTW, scans with Avast, Ewido, and Ad-Aware have found zip on my system. Also in Foxie's defense, it doesn't seem like it has any behaviors of malware. It doesn't change the search page, it doesn't give you ads or popups, it uninstalls cleanly and without a hitch, it doesn't bother you to purchase anything (it doesn't have any payware), etc. I don't see what the advantage would be for it to be malware then, since most rogue security tends to tell you "you have a virus, you have a trojan" etc. Are the Betanews users right, or is Foxie safe? It's not on any rogue lists. Wikipedia also mentions that it has a trojan, but said this was only with one release.