I've been running Nod32 antivirus for years without problems. Last night I was somehow infected with what appears to be a program called Antivirus Pro. It keeps throwing messages about needing to activate, various programs are infected, etc. It disables the task manager, disables regedit, so the info I found on the net about removing it doesn't work. I went to eset's site this morning on a different computer and found a program that should uninstall it. I'll try after work. I have no idea how I got this, Nod32 didn't throw any warning about it coming in. Now I'm gun shy; I've always trusted that I was safe browsing because of nod32, but if I can get infected by what appears to be well-known malware anyway, how do I know? Any info that may help me understand this would be appreciated, as I JUST signed up for a 2 year eset renewal subscription for all of my computers about 2 weeks ago.