I use Symantec Corporate Anti-Virus 8.0, which I get for free from work (employer has long-term license with them). This did not use to happen, but in the last year or so, it has quarantined an increasing number of false positives, files that I know are not malware, that I have to restore from the quarantine. It's getting to be a pain in the neck. I figure, this is probably true for most AV programs. As they compete with each other, to get a higher detection rate score on tests by computer magazines, etc., the trade-off for higher detection rate seems to be more false positives. The amount of false positives should be considered, in choosing an AV app, not just detection rate. For instance, if an app is flagging a lot of false positives, it is like the fable about the "boy who cried wolf", after a while you don't believe the app's warnings, and one could ignore a real threat. Could anyone recommend an AV program with less false positives than the others, that still provides decent security?