What I'm about to say should only be taken as constructive criticism (to Immunet employees) and to everyone else, I'm interested in your take on this. An antivirus company, in my mind, is in the business of protecting your computer from having bad stuff happen to it. Regardless of their motives (money, altruism, etc.), that's their charge. Why then would a company like Immunet allow their blog to be overrun with spam where so many questionable links originate? For instance, here is a new blog post: http://prntscr.com/1hep7 and here is a blog post from almost a year ago: http://prntscr.com/1hepo As a consumer of AV products, this speaks *volumes* to me about your product(s). In all honesty, reviews of Immunet products are great and I was about to add it to my arsenal of protection, but not after visiting your blog. Update #1: As iTrendsNET indicates below This is exactly what I'm talking about. Users, who may not know any better, may click these links or accept help from someone claiming to be an Immunet employee on their forums or blog. Can this happen anywhere? Well hell yes. Immunet, because they're an "antivirus" company, should be held to a higher standard with regard to end-user security. I don't believe they're doing that. Not even close.