Yesterday evening my Counterspy active protection started popping up messages that my browser home page was attempting to be changed to some odd web sites. Then I got about 50 pop up messages saying sites were trying to be added to my "trusted list" on my browser. I use IE6, mainly because I had some issues with IE7 (Windows locked up). Anyway, I blocked all attempts. So I scan with Counterspy, AVG Anti-Spyware and run NOD's scan. The results were very odd (to me, at least). Counterspy said I had iSearch.DesktopSearch (browser plug-in). I did not quaranteen at that time but instead ran AVG Anti-Spyware which said I had Not-A-Virus.Monitor.Win32.SpySweeper. I then ran NOD32 which said I had Win32/Adware.WBug.A application. NOD did not show any findings from the scan, though. I quaranteened iSearch.DesktopSearch in Counterspy as well as quaranteened Not-A-Virus.Monitor.Win32.SpySweeper in AVG. NOD32 had Win32/Adware.WBug.A in quaranteen already. Is it safe to keep all these quaranteened or should they try to be deleted? Also, should I send Win32/Adware.WBug.A to ESET for analysis? If so, how is that accomplished? I find it kinda odd that Counterspy found spyware which it rated as "high risk" but it was not detected by NOD32. Could NOD32 have it as misread spyware? Any other ideas or suggestions? Thanks in advance.