Being unhappy with my current AV app (Symantec Corporate AV 8.1), which for the last year or so has detected a lot of false positives, I thought I would try NOD32 online scanner, to see how it does. Well, NOD32 found a lot of false positives as well. (Probably a trend with most AV apps now, no? As they try to get a higher"detection rate", they also get more false positives. Anyone know which get less false positives?) When SAV finds what it thinks is malware, it quarantines (by default), or can even be set just to notify you of what it found, without automatically doing anything, other than the notification. With the NOD32 online scanner, one is not given any choice of what to do, if it found what it thinks is malware. It will just delete completely whatever it thinks is malware, without asking the user about it at all. Not sent to recycle bin, but completely deleted. So now, I am using undelete software to try to recover files deleted by NOD32 in the scan. Really--users should be asked before files are deleted from their system!