Panda detection rocks. Unfortunately, my boyfriend feels a compelling need to look at porn. This invites all sorts of malware into our computer. The malware gets past McAfee, Spyware Guard, SpywareBlaster, MSAS, Ewido paid, WinPatrol Plus, Ad-Aware Plus, IE SpyAd, and tight settings. McAfee goes through this annoying ritual of finding the malware, and then not being able to delete, clean, nor quarantine it. Some of it can be gotten rid of by just cleaning out everything… CCleaner. But much of it, I have to hope the HouseCall or Ewido or A2 will find it and eliminate it as I’m not technically proficient to try and remove malware on my own. In my experience, Panda finds more stuff quicker than anybody else. It finds more than Housecall, more than McAfee, more than Kapersky online scan, more than A2 or Ewido or Trend A/S Online Scan even for specifically spyware and other non-virus gunk. It also eliminates the stuff better too. So I was a big Panda fan. So I bought Panda True Prevent Personal 2005, a product that goes along with your current AV/AT…. Products, adding behavior analysis and blocking. It immediately helped locate and remove two dialers that all the programs listed above had missed. Dialer:dialer.bjp HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\INTERNET SETTINGS\ZONEMAP\DOMAINS\ARCHIVIOSEX.NET Dialer:dialer.akd I tried and tried to stop the breaking of my internet connection. I had several computer-weenie friends try and tweak and make adjustments to I could keep True Prevent on my computer. I felt better with Panda True Prevent on there. No luck, no matter how many tweaks I made, the system was unstable and inevitably lost the internet connection (more specifically, packets were getting through, pings worked, but websites would either freeze or could not connect). Next seeking help from Panda ---- wow. Nobody is home. But on the website was this info: “With certain types of network cards and if the QoS service is enabled, network and Internet connections could be lost. This only happens in computers running Windows XP. If the QoS service is disabled or the antivirus protection is uninstalled, the Internet connection is recovered.” What a joke. I’m not sure what percentage of the home computer users use XP, but that is not a trivial limitation for this product, and one I would think they’d up more up front. There also was a “hotfix” – but it didn’t do anything. I love Panda detection and might even get the ActiveScan Pro if my other components ever won’t get something off my computer, but this incident will make me wait for a long time before seriously considering any Panda product other than ActiveScan Pro for the future. Thank you, I feel better now.