After downloading and installing SpywareBlaster 2.6.1 and running it, it complains that MSCOMCTL.OCX is missing. No, it is *not* missing! I found this file under "C:\Windows\System32". I am running Windows XP SP-1. When I right-click on this file and look at Properties, the Version tab says that it is file version 18.104.22.168. However, the download page at http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html say *NOTHING* about what version it is. Why would I want to download an unknown version of this file which could easily result in replacing a new version of this file with an older one? Why can't SpywareBlaster seem to figure out that this file already exists on my system, especially since it is in a path included in the system PATH environment variable? There is obviously a defect in the logic within SpywareBlaster. There is also a deficiency in announcing a download for a replacement file but without giving any information regarding what is its version. So, the best strategy for me is to uninstall SpywareBlaster and wait until the product gets fixed to actually find the existing file and wait until the author updates the download web page to notify users what version of the file will get installed.