Today my ridiculously expensive anti-virus[anti-everything] program tripped on a kernel detector node while combat arms was booting up. The program detected is called "eTracer.aes". I don't know what it does but it is attached to the blackcypher process. I don't know if it is looking for open browsers or perhaps browser history, or maybe its just looking for injector activity or trying to I.D. injected .dll or even your login file history. In any event, it is a large and intrusive program designed to bust hackers I'm sure. Please make mental note of this because I researched it online to a small degree and all I could find were rumors, conjecture and paranoid conclusions like mine.