Does anyone know which Antivirus (w/t realtime module) and/or HIPS Programs are able to detect and alert to an action attempts of either Formatting the Hard Drive or Writing to the Hard drive's boot record, by "Unknown" Trojan Pgms (.exe's) for which signatures definitions have *not* yet been released .... Just looking for what can provide this extra layer of real-time protection for unknown pgms that are executed. .... Does anyone know whether the latest versions of NOD32, Norton Antivirus, Safen'Sec, Online Armor, etc; provide this type of protection, when you go ahead and "Allow" the 'Unknown" pgm to execute ?? ... (i.e. you think the pgm is safe, but its not) ? P.S. I remember in the past that pgms like NAV 2002 touted this type of protection, but I haven't seen today's antivirus pgm's mention this feature anymore in their documentation.