Hi, Before I start, I want to make clear that: 1. this thread is only about some other scanners giving warnings on some SpyReveal files and/or its website; 2. this thread is not about other anti-keylogger software; 3. this thread is not about how good SpyReveal is; 4. I am not affiliated with the SpyReveal company (but yes I post sometimes database updates of it as I did in the past for SpyCop). === Several friends asked me recently questions in private about a warning from TrojanHunter on a file of SpyReveal. See https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=323445 It was quickly fixed by Gavin. Unfortunatily Gavin is having at the moment a nasty flu, so it could well be that he just dropped the definition without looking at my submission. Folks, we are all human; health comes first! I am usually reluctant to tell which file of SpyReveal and in which location it is placed. The SpyReveal company changes that from time to time. The file on which TrojanHunter gave a warning, is called infozip.exe SHA-256 - 64E6477FD422E1544D2042DC9798C2DB0B92655F0E164CFFC227AC01341F4390 A few scanners are giving warnings on some SpyReveal files. I scanned them at VirusTotal. Two other of these files: welcome.exe SHA-256 - DCADD8ED9BCA188DFD1B1C25CC72321E4C41BE5404A1BA852B793C2EFDFA22D1 start.exe SHA-256 - 8C465C513D11465EA9C1A990392D3C86534877EC60E594C3662BC55859B151EB I think they are all FP's. Of course until an expert proves otherwise; but they have to prove it and tell why. So, if you have SpyReveal installed and another scanner (AV/AT/AS) is giving a warning about one of its files, submit it to that other company and ask them to take a serious look at it. The same goes for the site of SpyReveal: http://antikeyloggers.com/welcome Are those files, and is this site, really infected? If they are, it has to be proven. Only a cloud "proof" is not good enough. An expert has to look at it. So submit them to your AV/AT/AS company. If I'm wrong then I stand to be corrected.