and what's worse some of them are listed in NOD32 virus database. for example Win32/TrojanDownloader.Agent.FK. NOD32 v25.51.8 + MS AntiSpyware are active, up-to-date and MAX configured(for nod32 same as BlackSpear recomends). this is what happened:: -added hdd from my customer with intention do disinfect it and backup data -scanned with nod32 whole disk and it found 155 infected files -scanned it w/MS Anti... and it found couple more trojans and spyware then, as I found out that disk is/was full of viruses, I decided that it was great opportunity to test nod32's reliability. so I've run Online BitDefender scan - and guess what - it found 8 more real viruses/trojans - not some 3rd grade malware! I'll continue to use for myself and to recommend to others NOD32 so this is not somekind act of rage or bad advertising but more of a move to try to help Eset developers improve NOD32. so i'm not going to make any fast conclusions, but i'll wait for reactions from experienced members of this forum.