When I first heard mention of BOClean, I always assumed that it was limited to removing the BackOrifice program - only after spending more time at this forum did I find out about its more general trojan removal capabilities. For those new to trojans and other malware, the name probably carries less meaning - seemingly more suggestive of a personal hygiene product. Therefore I would like to suggest that Privacy Software Corporation consider a radical name change. Given the increasingly crowded nature of the anti-trojan market and the ever-growing sophistication of malware, it would seem crucial (from a marketing perspective) to have a name that promotes aggression and effectiveness. As such, possible choices could include TrojanEmasculator, CrackerDecapitator, MalwareMurderer or CyberSlaughter. To go with the new name, the product needs a new logo. A gold disc or toy horse doesn't suit a real killer product - but Cthulhu does: http://www.riseofcthulhu.altervista.org/index_file/cthulhu.jpg This sends a clear message to crackers everywhere - trying to attack a BOClean-protected system will lead to gut-wrenching horror, screaming insanity and a truly gruesome end (perhaps ending up in the tender mercies of Shub-Internet). (BTW, if Kevin or Nancy decide not to take up the new logo, please say so since Jimbo1989 is looking for a new avatar so could doubtless make good use of it).