I installed Stopzilla, a lesser know anti-spyware program, which apparently was more popular a few years ago when it had excellent reviews from magazines. There are also older reviews posted on Amazon.com which are either very bad or very good. When I installed this program, it claimed to immediately find a Trojan named FX Rootkit. This worried me greatly, as I do use a credit card online. It also found some spyware that other anti-spyware programs did as well. And it found additional spyware as well. But when I installed the same program on my son's computer it claimed to find a Trojan named AX rootkit. Now I am unsure if this program is just making these up, installing these bad files by itself or what is actually happening. If this is a rogue spyware product, I am unsure how to proceed. If I just delete it, I am unsure what will happen. Also, after I installed this program I got an ad for LavaLamp, which is some kind of online dating site, apparently. Any help would be appreciated. I cannot assess wheter this program is actually finding things that other programs do not, of it is a rogue spyware product, finding things that are not there at all.