Hello ForumThis is my first message on this forum, could not find any place fit for my question, so if I overlooked something - please forgive.Now to the point: While surfing in media sites (music or video) sometimes I click on a sample-music file just to listen, the WMP comes to live to play and it is normal. But recently I noticed some delay and when WMP opens it has the "Napster" icon on it - and I was not asked for it at all.So I close the player, lock "ZA" and go to "regedit" and remove all references to "Napster" (I learned this the hard way). After this while offline there is no "Napster" on the player until some next time when online and player opens and again this "kat" sneekes in.My question: Why "ZoneAlarm" does not prevent such installation? and this IS an (un wanted) installation.Is there something to 'tweek' ?Hope I made myself clear.
I use Windows XP pro + sp1ZoneAlarm Pro recently installed (6.5.737.000)
Any help will be appreciatedL.J.
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro