ronsaund

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  1. Update - When the Logo Test window appears for ActivityMonitor, I brought up 'Windows Task Manager > Processes' and deleted suspicious ones. When I deleted AAWDriverTool.Exe, the Logo Test window closed. Searching for AAWDriverTool.Exe, I found it in these 2 folders... C:\Documents and Settings\Ron\Local Settings\Temp\mia5.tmp\data\Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime 9.0 (includes ATL and MFC) Service Pack 1\60A7AB9F\1F3BD7AD and... C:\Documents and Settings\Ron\Local Settings\Temp\mia5.tmp\data\Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime 9.0 (includes ATL and MFC) Service Pack 1\60A7AB9F\BCE900B8. When I uninstalled Ad-Aware and re-installed, AAWDriverTool.Exe was again installed. Is AAWDriverTool.Exe a valid Ad-Aware installation file?
  2. At the end of the Ad-Aware install (free version 8.2.5), I am asked to approve installation of ActivityMonitor. I'm concerned because that is the name of a product made by Deep Software used by employers to monitor employee's PC usage. Why are we asked to install this?