I didnt realize untill today that this litle bugger was present on my computer, but after doing a Deep Scan for Rootkits with Spy Sweeper this is what it discovered: Name Potentially rootkit-masked files Unique Code H9GUFFP6 Type System Monitor Severity Critical Description Potentially rootkit-masked files is a monitoring program that secretly tracks all activities of computer users. Characteristics Potentially rootkit-masked files may monitor and capture your computer activity, including recording all keystrokes, e-mails, chat room dialogue, instant message dialogue, Web sites visited, usernames, passwords, and programs run. This program may be capable of taking screen shots of your desktop at scheduled intervals, storing the information on your computer in an encrypted log file for later retrieval. These log files may be e-mailed to a pre-defined e-mail address. This program can run in the background, hiding its presence. Method of Infection Potentially rootkit-masked files may be installed via other threats, such as music downloads and Trojan downloaders. Consequences This system monitor may allow an unauthorized, third party to view potentially sensitive information, such as passwords, e-mail, and chat room conversation. Additional Comments: It is recommended that you change all of your passwords after removing this program. If you bank online, you might consider changing your credit card and bank account numbers. You should also monitor your credit card and bank statements carefully over the next several months for signs of fraudulent activity. Now I'm not sure what site this came from but it one of 2 that I use,and one is my ISP provider, and I will be notifiying them of this find too. Hurray for Spy Sweeper, it hunted it out and removed it.