In the past 24 hours I re-installed RealOne player Gold Espanol and Spywareblaster 3.1. Today I discovered that my Sygate Firewall was trying to crash, and when I shut it down and restarted it I discovered that in it's security logs it mentioned that Spywareblaster (program not opened) was mentioned three times as agressively trying to communicate with liquidweb. !!!! Of course I was not happy and my first suspect is Real One Player which is notoriously impolite in it's 'communications' functions. I had thought that I had become rather 'expert in disabling any possible bugging properties of this annoying but unavoidable piece of software. After discovering this symptom I have gone into Real One, just to feel a bit more secure, and disabled all references to liquidweb. I have never used that item, and certainly never will after discovering such behavior taking place on my computer. Keep in mind that not one audio program was active on my computer at the time these symptoms were discovered, so one could say that any such communication was warranted, and certainly it was inappropriate for liquidweb to be gathering information about me when I had never utilized it's services at anytime..... hmmmm.... ? OK.... But does anyone have any opinions as to why my Sygate Firewall was documenting this communcation as being sent from my freshly downloaded and installed version of Spywareblaster software? It reported not only an ingoing but outgoing communication attempt. (P.S. Keep in mind that my copy was downloaded from an official download link provided for by Spywareblaster at Javcool on it's own site.) Thanks in advance for your curiosity and feedback in reading these comments.