Eset boasts that NOD32 is "the only antivirus program in the world which has not missed a single "In The Wild" virus in more than five years in independent tests conducted by the prestigious antivirus industry trade journal, Virus Bulletin. ( www.virusbtn.com )" In a related post, Ronjor noted that NOD32 had again scored 100%. I believe ITW (In The Wild) viruses are those that are, and have been, in global circulation for a while. Is this correct? And if so, would everyone agree that the ability to detect ITW viruses is the single most imporatant aspect of an AV tool? If not, why not?