I'm using SpyBot S&D version on Vista x64, and have been using it for a while now. I've never had any problems running Skype, but after Skype updated itself today, TeaTimer popped up a dialog saying it had detected a keylogger on my computer, and the associated process had been terminated. The executable file associated with the terminated process was Skype.exe, from Skype's \Phone directory. As far as I am aware, this is the correct location for Skype.exe. The only other detail mentioned on the TeaTimer dialog was something about identifying the exe as a part of a known malware group, identified as "AllInOneKeylogger". Since this happened immediately after Skype updated (and hence replaced the .exe), I'm suspecting a false positive here. (I'm running Comodo Firewall's Defense+ along with Spybot, and no file access to Skype's data directories was reported by either Comodo or Vista's UAC) Is there any way to verify this?