When I turned on my Vista machine this morning I encountered the following in the User Account Control: SSupdate.exe (Click on details and this is what I see below) SSupdat.exe. Unidentified publisher C:\ users\ Nuke\Appdata\local\Temp\SSupdate.exe Software\SuperAntiSpyware.com\SuperAntiSpyware Cancel Allow I selected "Cancel." I do use SuperAntiSpyware. However, yesterday one of my employees asked me if she could use my home network. I said yes but I would need to check out the laptop before she could start surfing the net. I shut down my Vista machine but I left my windows XP desktop on. When I looked at the laptop, I noticed that McAfee had expired and she was not current with the Microsoft updates (really out of date). I went in to MSconfig and took a bunch of scary looking stuff out of the Startup Menu. After that, I finished installing the Microsoft critical updates. I did an online virus scan but more needs to be done (with this laptop). When I saw this new prompt this morning on my Vista computer, I decided it was best to stop working on the laptop. I am sort of thinking that maybe my home network may be infected. So this morning I unplugged the router and the modem, but I'm not really sure if this really does anything. On my Vista computer I use the built-in firewall and the same for my Windows XP machine. I'm just really uncertain about SuperAntiSpyware promp that I have never seen before. If it wasn't for the laptop, I probably would have clicked "Allow." I know a lot of the members on this forum use and recommend this software. Any suggestions with regards to SuperAntiSpyware on my Vista computer? (I will continue to do Google searches) Thanks.