I believe a product called Internet Security Scanner (ISS) was at some point
installed on your machine, or perhaps a demo version. "RogueApps" in the
content of a security scanner wouldn't necessarily worry me, especially
since IIRC its uninstall doesn't delete all its associated directories. You
should be able to find more information at www.iss.net. I guess the real
question is who installed it in the first place?
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> In my 'Program Files' folder I have found a sub directory called 'iss'
> which, in turn, has a sub directory called 'rogueapp'. Both appear to be
> empty even with the options show hidden files and show system files
> checked on. [Note: When listing from command prompt they are also
> Anyone know how these directories got there? I certainly didn't make
> them. 'roagueapp' sounds dangerous.
> Using: Win 2000 Server SP2.