Hi, This isn't about any technical problem (happily, I've never really had any technical problems with NOD32!), but I would like to satisfy my curiosity about something, and I hope someone here can help me. NOD32 has "failed" only 3 of 33 tests at VB 100 since 1998, yet Eset claims to have never missed any ITW detections in the VB 100 tests it has participated in. If this is correct, I can only assume that the three "failed" tests were due to false positive detections and/or something else I haven't considered. I've been doing a bit of googling to see if I can dig deeper into this little mystery, but so far, I've only come up with a few quotes about the Nov. 2001 (or Nov. 2000?) test referring to a possible false positive detection, and these were only quotes from Eset or in this forum's archives, and they didn't go into any detail about the actual test results. According to VB 100, these were the three tests where NOD32 failed to receive the VB 100 award: 1) April 2002/SuSE Linux 2) November 2000/Windows NT 3) February 1998/DOS Could someone here point me in the direction of the actual test results that show just exactly why NOD32 failed these three particuar tests? As I said, this is just to satisfy my curiosity, and to reconcile in my mind Eset's claim of having not missed a single ITW detection in those tests since 1998 with the three "failed" tests in question. Thanks!