Found this on another forum ... I find this opinion difficult to believe. DrComputer Regular Member Joined: 22 Apr 2004 Posts: 115 Location: Naples, Florida, USA PostPosted: Sun Jul 18, 2004 5:32 pm Post subject: Reply with quote My opinion is still out on SpyWareBlaster. I'm a supporter of the one-two punch of AdAware and SpyBot S&D. Both are free, easy to use and update, and each catch spyware that the other doesn't. There was some talk that SpyWareBlaster may actually be a vehicle for spyware... several anti-spyware type products are! Think about it... if you wanted to hide spyware what better way to distribute it and keep it safely installed than to package it surreptitiously in a "free" anti-spyware product? The same has happened before with viruses being distributed by unknown free anti-virus products. Don't trust my advice as the last word on anti-spyware products though... seek reputable reviews from others that you trust, including nationally-distributed software magazines and newspapers. DrComputer _________________ I'm a Master Computer Technician with 26 years of experience. I gladly answer questions for free as time permits. Looking forward to helping.