I don't have a direct answer, but for many years now I have noticed
that third party security programs tend to develop incompatibilities
with different aspects of Windows. Often when there is a Windows
Update, or something else changes a Windows setting, a problem
develops, and it takes the third party developers quite a while to
issue a corrective fix. I prefer to remain hassle-free, so the only
third party security program I run is a low-key simple antivirus.
Security 'Suites' and 'Centers' are the worst in this regard.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (WLMail)
"Nissi1" <Nissi1@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:F1F43A4D-8FD2-4505-AEFF-661EEE2E2751@xxxxxx
>I use McAfee Security Center. About 2 weeks ago I noticed numerous System
> Guard log entries indicating an unauthorized registry change to the IE web
> browser. I set the Security Center to "alert" so that I could monitor what I
> was doing when these registry changes occurred.
> I discovered every time I initially opened my browser and/or used a WL
> toolbar icon I received an alert. When I removed the toolbar all the alerts
> Since this recently started, I believe it was due to an update to WL toolbar
> or the security center to monitor these changes. I am not sure. It is
> strange these registry changes only occur with this particular toolbar.
> I also contacted the McAfee forum and the moderator did not know either.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> Thank you.