Re this thread... http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=25350;start=0#msg147935 I have to say I am quite appalled by your post. J M made a post in good faith and explained clearly how he had attempted to provide evidence to Eset. For you to jump on him so thoughtlessly and unprofessionally is akin to censorship out of personal animosity, rather than appropriate moderation. This kind of response from you is becoming more and more commonplace, and IMO is out of place from someone in your position on these forums. Your apparent campaign to stamp out what you see as anything less-than-adoring of NOD32 does no-one any favours, and will serve only to encourage Eset to ignore legitimate concerns, and its customers to be lulled into a false sense of security. You may think that the narrow apology you later posted was sufficient. I for one do not, seeing it rather as a malaise that needs to be stopped.