Sunday evening I was infected with the SpyAway Trojan. I have not browsed any unfamiliar websites in months. Some internet research Ive done suggests that SpyAway is distributed through P2P (peer to peer) sessions such as those conducted through LimeWire. PitBoss is, essentially, a P2P program. Ive shut down the two PitBoss games Im hosting so as not to spread the infection to the players. I am inquiring as to whether any other PitBoss players have encountered this intrusion. I strongly suspect one of the half dozen PitBoss games Im playing in was the vehicle for my infection. This thing apparently doesnt do any real serious damage; its specialty is annoyance to the point that the victim buys the criminals software to fix the problem the criminal planted. People who perpetrate these kinds of schemes should have their hands amputated so they cant use a keyboard. The symptoms are: Process slow-down Numerous popups warning you that you are infected with Spyware Microsoft style warnings from the system tray saying you are infected Internet cookies are whiped out Task Manager is disabled All of the warnings lead the user to an ad for a scanning program called SpyAway, pay to download. AdAware does not detect it. SpyBot detects it, but fails to remove it. The Trojan loads at startup and three programs run in memory. SpyBot will suggest you run SpyBot at bootup but the Trojan gets in before SpyBot can nail it. Any advice? (besides running a firewall).