Hi, I've been reading through some of this forum and am now far more confused than when I awoke this morning. I have a pc w/XP Home and SP2. I'm disabled and cannot aford to lose what I've got to some slime ball gaining access to my files or emails. I'm hooked to Verizon DSL. with Westell 327W box, and am currently trying NOD32 and Comodo FW. There has to be a point where security can really work properly. I tested Comodo last night ( newest version) and it was like a seive. It failed at least 4 tests. I should've written down which ones. NOD32 has a horrible interface and I still can't figure out what it does. Eset's site is not overflowing with simple everyday descriptions and instructions. So how do I at least come close to bullet proofing my pc. I've just installed Prevx about an hour ago. Used it once before and like it. Now I'd like to find a way to tighten the security on the Westell-I'll check their website. I need a FW that is fairly easy to use and that doesn't leak or self destruct. And I need an AV that will really do what it's supposed to. Hope some of you can help. Thanks, J.