I just noticed that McAfee security center quarantined a number of files on Christmas eve during a full system scan. They all appear to be related to Ad-aware. They were identified as generic.dx (trojan).
The files in question are aawlic.exe, ad-aware2007.exe, ad-watch2007.exe, hostfileeditor.exe, lsupdatemanager.exe, processwatch.exe and registration_helper.prg.
They were all in C:\program files\lavasoft\ad-aware2007\.
I am assuming this is a false positive related to a definitions update but want to check. I tried to upload the files but McAfee reported they were too big to send. I have had Ad-Aware installed on my system for about a year and scan my computer everyday.
Unfortunately, McAfee has had known issues wth Ad-Aware 2007 and 2008 because there are two antispyware programs real-time at the same time.. Not a good idea as Vinod stated earlier... You may want to reconsider using both at the same time.. Just a suggestion.. There are better standalone antispyware tools available today than Ad-Aware but obviously, it's a personal choice as to which ones you use.. Just examples at the links below