Okay.. So NOD32 detects all the ITW as determined by the wildlist.. It does not detect all the Zoo viruses, but it can detect a good number of them. It had a so so record with trojans but they are presently (ESET) adding to the list. Maybe it would help Vampirefo to remember who some of the NOD32 users are. The program has the fastest scanning time out there, and aside from a small conflict with Trojan Hunter and jv16 power tools (it may have been fixed by now) runs very unobtrusively on a system.. I also use McAFee.. (on another computer).. I see these two programs running daily. I am not a "security expert", just someone who checks the computers people use on a network and through dsl (The employees own their own computers)... If NOD 32 can detect 1oo% in the wild, that good enough for them, and me.. AT home, when I want to play with viruses and AV programs, I can run McAFee.. I can't recommend McAfee to individuals who ask me because the program spits out so many registry entries it would be hard to uninstall everything totally, and not everyone has cloning software like I do...however, I won't tell someone NOT to get it. For the purposes of my workplace,if the AV finds the 100% ITW, and some zoo's, that's fine.. However, I can't say that if NOD32's heuristics spotted a zoo, it's a ITW, because NOD32 found it.. Look it up in the wildlist..I guess that's why it is there..