Hey guys - I work as part of an IT staff at a local company, and found the other day that one of the systems I was fixing had a "keystroke logger" program installed on it (the workstation was used by a temp at the office, so I can see why).... problem is - having not known about the logger, I proceeded to login to my email account, and my forum while sitting at the computer (waiting for SP3 to finish installing) and consequently my passwords/etc were logged. Soon after I found out about the logger, since I had a hunch about a certain process in Task Manager.... but then had to go through the trouble of "tracking and accessing" those logfiles stored on one of the servers to clean out my passwords and stuff (though I later changed them anyhow). Well point of all that haha.... I'm curious if there might be a small program I could get that could autorun off a CDROM (no installation) that would do a few things -- act as a basic firewall, stopping in/out data (i.e. keystroke logging to the network, other admins logging in to the same system remotely, etc), and also scanning for known keystroke loggers and other spy programs (perhaps even some heuristic scanning too). Then I will know if the system I'm working on is being watched, and will know not to let out any private data. I've found a good number of programs that do those things - but nothing yet that I could run directly from a CDROM. Thanks!