Yes, at least here at Wilders! I'm not trying to be too provocative but I'd like to share some thoughts. In 2005-06-07-08, my systems used to detect quite a number of malware especially from third party flash drives (the numbers then ran into hundreds), from the Internet I must say it was always very low. Now enter MSE, Avira free, Avast Free, AVG free which have all proved to compete quite well with their paying counterparts, and suddenly most users have reasonably clean systems. How do I base my judgement about most users? Simply because the same crowd of flash drives that were very infected in the above mentioned years are now (for the last 3 years) almost always clean. I can't believe it myself, statistics tell us of some 60,000 new malware are created every day, and yet in 3 years I found perhaps 6-7 infections whereas in previous years they were running into hundreds. My conclusion is that the average Joe, finally cares about computer security! It's good news, although I'm not putting into the equation malware that doesn't propagate by design. I definitely use the Internet for research, always looking for websites that can provide the info I'm looking for, and I have yet to find malware anywhere. Well, am I in denial?