I have uninstalled ZA Pro 61.737.000 using the /clean instructions.
When I go to reinstall ZA Pro and then go into GameSpy Arcade and COD2 (Call Of Duty 2),
after reinstallation of ZA PRO are they are being automaticaly detected in the same way as some essential Windows Programmes? I have given both of these programmes Super Trusted Access previously under Programme Control,
Is this not a "security leak" of sorts and where is the data coming from? Obviously within the /clean unistallation not everything associated with ZA Pro is being removed. Do I also need to uninstall GameSpy at the same time as I uninstall ZA PRO?
Certain other games, for example Unreal Tournament 2004, where I have not gone into the game via GameSpy, then ZA PRO does its job and
asks me to grant permission.
It would seem that any game I have joined via GameSpy Arcade, and COD2 is one example, is for whatever reason keeping previous access settings. I suspect it must be GameSpy Arcade that retains this information but how?
I do note that GameSpy Arcade is still being picked up by ZA Pro Anti-Spyware and if I delete what is picked up GameSpy will not run. According to GameSpy/IGN there is no Spyware contained within their programme and that this is a false positive.
Has anybody had a similar experience and should I be concerned about how GameSpy Arcade stores data?
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro