My main mailbox is highjacked. I have ran a "Highjack This", and all of my other anti-spyware. They show nothing. The "Highjack" log shows all normal. Last November, I noticed that doubleclick.net; a1.adserver.com; and servedby.com was on my computer's main mailbox. I did have Bonzi and a couple more, but I was able to track them down and got rid of them. But these other three are something else. Since this computer forum is working on new things, I decided to see if someone can help. In November, I was running ME. Three weeks ago, I up graded my computer to XP. Everything I had was deleted or shredded. All I ran to re-install was microsoft software. I got rid of all my files since day 1. It was starting off like a new computer. However, guess what came with me. The above mentioned spyware. They are on my hard drive somewhere. They are embedded. The strange thing is that I have, by design, four mailboxes. They are not on my other mailboxesl Just on my provider, Earthlink.net. Everytime I go to my mailbox, my "cookie patrol" tells me if so and so can set a cookie. These three are always trying to put cookies on my computer. I just deny them. I have Spybot, Adaware 6, Pest Patrol, Scotty the Dog, and a couple of other programs. I do not download or open mail from persons I do not know. Even if I know the person and they send an attachment, that e-mail is not opened. PitStop looked at my "Highjack This" log and found one thing which I deleted. However, this was not any of the spies I was looking for. My question is, if these spies are on my hard drive, how in the world do you get rid of them? Is it possible? Then to make thing worse, BlackIce notified me that they had been hacked and someone had put a worm in their program. You did not even have to download anything. This worm just downloads itself to any computer that has "Black Ice." The bad thing is, they did not notify us until they had a cure for it. The cure was for their Attack Log. If the worm went into that, I do not have it. If this is not it, then I have it somewheres. However, my Black Ice Defender was not downloaded and the app. was stopped by my Norton's security and firewall. Their patch did not uninstall my Black Ice and I kept getting messages every two minutes saying that The Black Ice "Attack Log Cannot BE Found." I finally got that stopped. But anyway, I need to get the three spyware off my computer if I can.