I downloaded SpywareGuard yesterday onto 2 different computers. The first was a Win/XP machine and I chose the minimal install. Everything went swimmingly and I was able to run the live update. The second was a Win/98 SE machine and I chose the full install (first from the topmost link, but when that page was unavailable, I downloaded from the second link (BTN mirror)). I was redirected to majorgeeks.com and then to the BTN download link. Everything installed as expected, and I ran the live update. Just after that I scanned the 98 machine with my anti-virus software and turned up a trojan, indentified as TROJ_SCTHOUGHT.C by the anti-virus software. It was imbedded into install23.exe ? located in my temporary internet files. Since I flush the temporary internet files with every use, I am fairly certain that this trojan came down with your install package. Ironic, dontja think ? There I was downloading a tool to prevent spyware and trojans from gaining a foot-hold on my computer, and in so doing, downloaded a trojan. Kind of like getting beat up by your body guard. No harm done. What the anti-virus did not destroy, I sought out and destroyed myself (a file named 'stcloader.exe' in \windows\system). Just thouht you should know, and lest you lose credibility, something you should take care of. Who's going to take you seriously, talking about spyware and security issues, when your own utility comes with malicious code imbedded in the install ?