It looks like a new company now owns this program. The website is located at http://syssafety.com/ Anyone care to give it a try and report back how good or bad this new release is? I would assume that at some point when the program comes out of beta testing they will probably start charging for it. Right now there website is so new though so there is not much details yet. System Safety Monitor, version 2.0.0 beta 1 What's new: * it's become much more stable due to a lot of bugs fixed; * most of compatibility issues with other types of widespread security software have been resolved; * added Windows 2003 support; * added support of multi desktops environment; * added support of Windows Terminal sessions (Windows XP Fast User Switching, Windows 2000/2003 Terminal Server); * new versions of registry module, service module, INI files module, Start menu module. Changes: * DLL injection mode was fully removed for Windows 2000/XP/2003 as obsolete; * for stability reasons the SSM driver stopped to support dynamic loading and unloading in this version; * the interaction between SSM and its driver was fully redesigned to get rid of occasional deadlocks; * fixed OS crashing (BSOD) while parsing launching processes' command line in SSM driver; * fixed calculation MD5 hash for executable files; * the Services module was removed in SSM for Windows 98/Me version as not applicable; * fixed crashing SSM in case of significant number of running processes; * fixed memory leaks in SSM driver; * fixed resources and memory leaks in SSM; * fixed bugs in rules management for processes; * added a lot of GUI enhancements to improve usability.