Hi, Don't want to "hijack" this thread, but I also wanted to know what Dr. Web is all about... It located a number of trojans (all suspected), except one that AvastAV (when it was still installed on my computer) noted in the recycle bin, but couldn't get rid of, because it kept cycling the warnings, and couldn't do anything about it. (I then uninstalled AvastAV to try to get something better, found NOD32 rated highly, installed the trial) Then found NOD32 ineffective, enabled ZoneAlarmAV. (primarily used as my firewall) So, during the scan, it "moved" all the trojans into an "archive", which I couldn't find, and the "cure" option could not be enabled in the program (launch.exe). I then downloaded the trial of DrWebAV, thinking that it might help me delete the trojans permanently, but Spybot caught something, a screenshot is enclosed. Two things now: 1. What to do with Dr. Web - do I use it as my primary AV or not? I understand that it's not the best. 2. Is DrWeb safe if Spybot is warning us about their program?? I'm running ZoneAlarm Security Suite v.8.0.059.000, but turned off the AV to install DrWeb, which requires a restart. Oh yes, NOD32 couldn't find this trojan (the one in the recycled folder), despite multiple passes on different days. Neither could ZoneAlarm's AV, but which hasn't had much of a chance, since I was always running AvastAV earlier... TIA!