Alright, guys, there is a problem here. Some of you probably have it as well as me. I posted on Veoh's forums and was promptly dismissed so I'd like to let you know.
When downloading the latest version of the Veoh player, you also get a "babylon toolbar". Buried in this "toolbar" is a nifty little virus called bProtectorForWindows. Neither of which can be removed by normal means.
No major antivirus program I can find has any success in finding it, much less removing it, so it had to be done manually. If you've downloaded the Veoh player, and thus the "toolbar" which has no checkbox to say no, take a look at your taskmanager and see if this little creep is watching you.
directions for removal here, if it is:
BITS and PC's - News From the Trenches!: BProtector for Windows: A Case of Digitally Signed Malware
Please also note, the Veoh player itself seems fine. It's stuck in the babylon thing that you end up downloading with it.