OK, so it does not like "has a uid 0 account," I get it. But why does it change the password and how do I stop it! (Lfd tells me the password was changed, and it was, seconds after the alert.) I created that account for a reason. The password is changed seconds after hackcheck is run. I want that account and see no where does any doc say that hackcheck will change the password. That could cause all kinds of problems for servers. It sure is for me. I have it so support can login to fix a R1soft error and I do not want some offshore tech guy having my root password. So, every night, they get locked out. How would I disable that "feature?" Thanks in advance.