This morning Online Armor alterted me to the fact that an unknown file "is-H1MEG.exe" was attempting to install itself from c:/Windows. I located 3 files dated with todays date in C:/Windows - is-H1MEG.exe is-H1MEG.Ist is-H1MEG.msg I googled them and found no information. I opened "is-H1MEG.msg" in Notepad within Sandboxie, and it seems to be a message about "Inno Setup Messages (5.1.11)". I have not had anything to do with this program and I certainly did not voluntarily download these files. I deleted them from my computer after copying them to a thumb drive. I have checked my computer with the latest versions of Malwarebytes, Superantispyware, Spybot S&D and Avast!. None of them found anything. Does anyone have any information about these files? I feel very uneasy having these files turn up on my computer, with no warnings from any of my security programs (except for Online Armor when one tried to install itself). I run Windows XP Pro Sp3, Online Armor Premium, Superantispyware Pro (resident), Malwarebytes & Spybot on demand, Spywareblaster, Peerblock.