Hi Lynx, I just wanted to come back and tell you thank you for your help and replying to my post. I guess sometimes i get too paranoid when any kind of malware is found and i feel better talking to someone that knows more than i do about it. I don't really know how to tell if a file is bad or not other than running a antimalware program so thanks for your advice. I have run deep scans with Emergency Kit before the one i posted but its always just found the same 3 files never the program itself. I decided to unquarantine the file for now and trust the program i figure if its from a well known company like pogo or oberon-media i don't think they would want to risk losing business by installing spyware into their games. Thanks again u got a good heart helping so many people out there, i think i would get frustrated or overwhelmed if it was me lol, i always look for your name if i ever search the emsisoft forums its the most recognizable one to me and i like reading your advice. Take care and thank you very much again.
System Environment: Windows XP,Service Pack3,X86 Other Security Software: On demand: Emergency Kit 1.0,Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.46,SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition 4.42.1000 Realtime: Avira AntiVir Personal - Free Antivirus 10.0.0.567 Firewall: Windows XP Firewall Emergency Kit detects Trace.Directory.Lottso!A2, I have tried quarantining these 3 items but when I do a downloadable game I play doesn't remember my stats or progress in the game it resets also after playing the game again I get another detection of Trace.Directory.Lottso!A2. After reading information about it by clicking on the detection it sounds like the game program is storing information in a known spyware/adware location. Is it alright for this program to store settings there and should I whitelist it? Thanks.