I ran Microsoft AntiSpyware earlier and it found a file called NS keylogger personal monitor key logger, the author being NiceSoft. the scary thing was that it was in the PeerGuardian2 program file. I deleted it as i do with any other spyware, then clicked on PG2 and my blocklists had dissapeared. 'Blocking 0 IP's'. tried checking updates thru PG2, it said none available, blocklists up to date. so i then uninstalled PG2, rebooted and downloaded again, thinking i may have had the original file from a dodgy mirror. i used the official methlabs site & DL'd via university of kent, uk. installed again, updated blocklists (now blocking 849845734 IP's) and ran MS antispyware again which found the same file, NS Keylogger... ive quarantined it this time, every thing seems to be working ok, but a Keylogger!!?? how can this be in a program like PG2??!! i am very worried now, as i do my banking online etc. i dont know how long the keylogger had been in there.. Any help anyone? im lost as of what to do..