I run Superantispyware along with Zone Alarm Security Suite on my XP Pro computer that has 2 Gig of memory. Recently I noticed a problem with superantispyware. When I boot up the pc, it initially starts up using about 35meg of memory but slowly ramps up it's usage so that after a day or so, it's over 100 meg. Not only that but it is spiking the CPU at a constant rate of about once a second with a 6-10 percent hit. When I disable the real time protection, the CPU hit goes away but none of the memory is given back. Under task manager I have disabled all the programs running under my name (only user) and some of the system ones as well and the problem does not go away. I haven't loaded any new programs recently save Steam and Half Life 2 but when I disable Steam the problem doesn't go away so I don't think that is it. I am not sure how long I had this problem but I don't think it was there when I initially loaded the program a couple of months ago. Any ideas on what could be causing this?