I received an e-mail to-day from Lisa Clancy from support at Kaspersky UK. " I have had some feedback from the Product Development manager in charge of AntiHacker. We performed a set of tests based on these internet resources from your e-mail - This was a set of different online testing sites I compiled for them Antihacker is passing all of the tests successfully. The only test causing 'non-stealthed' result was PC Flank test. Our developers were able to locate and fix this problem. At the moment we have a new version with this stealth PC Flank problem fixed. It is not yet fully tested and we don't want to release a new version with only this functionality fixed. Still we need at least 2 weeks more for ADSL compatibility check. In addition, we are planning to add some features to this current version and release it as version 1.5 with the following features: - Fixed stealth problem ( discovered during PC Flank tests) - ADSL support - Additional pre-defined rules to support more internet-enabled software - One more intrusion detection will be added. In addition, we have plans to make a public beta-version before releasing 1.5 with all the functionality described above. As soon as I have details on the Beta I will let you know." A big thanks to Lisa for all her hard work since I contacted her and a big thanks to all those people here at wilders whose problems were passed on to the main Russian Kaspersky site. Kaspersky Support has improved tremendously of late and I am sure they are taking some note of our complaints and ideas for improvements. Maybe they will release a patch for the stealth fix before version 1.5 comes out?