Has anyone else had problems with a program called Best Greetings by\nWiz-Technology? It's a freeware program that is supposedly designed to send\ngreeting cards via the net. I downloaded and installed it in the mistaken\nbelief that it was for designing and printing cards. As soon as I installed\nit I realised the mistake. I didn't use the program and certainly didn't\nallow it any online access.\n\nThere was no way to uninstall in control panel or start menu so I deleted\nthe files manually in explorer. About a week later I noticed that the icons\nhad re-appeared on the desktop and when I looked in explorer the files were\nback. A bit like the dreaded file deletion problem in XP.\n\nI deleted again and removed all references to Best Greetings and\nWiz-Technology from the registry, but that didn't work either. AVG\nantivirus and Spybot S&D didn't find anything odd and I discovered by\naccident (my modem was switched off) that it was bypassing Zone Alarm to\naccess the net. A box came up bearing the message:\n\nThe feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is\nunavailable.\n\nClick OK to try again, or enter an alternate path to a folder containing the\ninstallation package WISD3C30C8565D4495CB1C06F165FE60982_4_01.msi\n\nI deleted the .msi file and that just locked up the system. The only way I\ncould remove the nags was to reinstall XP. I don't know for sure that the\nprogram is malicious, but if it is that desperate to stay on anyone's system\nit seems like bad news.