I have had some suspicions that my computer may have some kind of sealth bug in it and I have yet to follow this site's "READ THIS FIRST" malware removal instructions, however, meanwhile, I wanted to post this thread about an unusual problem that I am having with SUPERAntiSpyware to see if anyone could make anything of it. I had sent two Customer Service tickets to SAS and I will post parts of the second ticket/discussion that I had with SAS: ME: I'm having a problem running SAS in Safe Mode. While in Safe Mode, even though I'm logged in as "Owner"(which is the Computer administrator) I still get an error message that says that I have to be logged in as the Administrator to be able to the scan. I just tried this within the last half an hour. Please click on link for error screen shot: http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/8444/sasownererror070707ji3.png Also, before that, I had went into Safe Mode and actually logged in as "Administrator" instead of "Owner" and I got a different error message: http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/3520/saserror070707bk3.png I even tried to access SAS from my Program Files. I've sent in a Customer Support Request about this before through my ####@####com email address and the team member that I was corresponding with didn't quite know what to say and told me that he would get back with me, however, he never did get back with me. Do you have any thougths on this? Do you think my computer could possibly have a hidden bug or rootkit infection or maybe some other sort of problem? SAS: Hello, We do not have any information on why the accounts would have changed - that is unforunately not a funciton of our software. So there it is. Does anyone have any comments on this?