So lately (if memory serves me right, it was soon after I completed my latest manual update of Prevx Home) I've been getting these "Potential Intrusion Attempt Detected" warnings in Prevx. So far, they have only appeared when I open iTunes or WinZip. I have always clicked "Deny" so far because the warning mentions that "If you are not viewing the help information in a program, this is probably malicious behaviour." The summar for both instances of iTunes and WinZip are "The application ________ is trying to execute C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\HHCTRL.OCX from a protected area. HTML Help Control (Execution) The Microsoft HTML Help Service may be abused by malicious programs. I have recently downloaded and ran Bugoff by Merjin, which is supposed to give better protection against html file abuse. Supposedly anyway, I don't know much about I just went off a recomendation in another forum. So has anyone else encountered anything like this? Should I be worried? -Spray-on Dust Oh. Also, despite clicking on "Deny" everytime, the program still runs. Hmmmmm.... It prompts me twice to allow or deny and after the 2nd time it just goes away. But it leaves me with this "red x" windows message: iTunes.exe - Bad Image The application or DLL C:\WINDOWS\System32\hhctrl.ocx is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your instillation diskette. Then I just click OK. Pretty odd, huh?