OK, i been burning with fury over this ever since Peter2150 got his partition table clobbered with the notorius KillDisk Trojan he tested and fell into confusion when even his Windows CD and other Disks bit the dust against this clever MBR destructor. While it's comforting & encouraging news indeed that now some security apps are finally making an effort with strides to protect the MBR from disasters like these cruel beasts can incursion on a system to render partitions blasted, does anyone else see a need for a small simple application that need not have to be implimented into a full blown program just in order to prevent the MBR from such vicious attacks, just in case they become more numerous somewhere down the line in the near future? Although a very useful and needed protection feature, whats the likelihood you think that some developer will take up this issue and fashion a simple program just to address against this type of destructive virus. In other words, something that can immediately read & detect that a partition/MBR virus is attempting to write disrupting code to the MBR and make it so the user can choose to block it before it can reach the MBR Table and offer the choice of terminating or at least blocking it before it can reach that code section which is so vitally important to maintaining an uninterruptable intrusion into it? Anyone care to share some opinions on this? Short of using SandboxIE or another program that already serves other purposes. I don't see that it should be that difficult to put something useful together for this end, and stop these potential disruptors before they can scramble and make a mess of things that so far only TestDisk in my experiences is been able to restore an infected partition table/MBR. Thanks, and looking forward to some of your own opinions on this.