I ran across a 15K (zipped) program named Notify 1.0, that claims the following... <quote>Runs hidden in the background until it detects any kind of change in a directory it has been told to monitor. When a change occurs (e.g. create, delete, modify a file) it visually alerts the user. Can be used, for example, to detect incoming information over a network or to detect tampering of files. Uses very little memory and practically no CPU time.</quote> The download site is here.. http://www.pc-tools.net/win32/freeware/gui/ I did NOT download or try Notify 1.0. I went to that site because I belong to a Calypso user's group that is all ga-ga about another program on that site [namely, "SetBrowser 1.4"] Can somebody smarter than me [not difficult] tell me if Notify 1.0 might have ANY protective value at all -- not as the main or only guard, but as a secondary or tertiary guard?