This was posted today in Fred Langa's newsletter. If he has not heard of Nod32, it really says something about the need for Nod32 to advertise. " NOD32? I'd though I'd heard of all the antivirus tools there are--- and in fact, thought we'd mentioned almost all of them at one time or another in the newsletter. Well, I was wrong: Fred, In the latest installment of the Langa List you mentioned that Norton was one of the best, if not the best, commercial anti-virus programs available. I have been receiving E-Mail responses from various clients indicating that I had a virus in the documents I was sending. Now, I had Norton 2001 installed on my computer and had all of my updates current. I uninstalled Norton and installed NOD32 to see what it would find. Sure enough, NOD32 found the very viruses the E-Mails told me of. I went to the website http://www.nod32.com and had a look. I would highly recommend this anti-virus program. It is fast and very effective. --- Les Thanks, Les! Always good to learn of a new--- and heretofore unknown (to me)--- option!" I was wrong about todays' newsletter. It was posted in the Nov. 11, 2001 newsletter. I had clicked a link in today's newsletter and it took me back to that one. But I still think that Esset might do a bit more advertising.