I have seen "amateur" virus detection reports scoffed at here and other places, but I will risk ridicule and post my own. I (more correctly, my employer) have a collection of >46 thousand viruses at my disposal. Each has been verified by me or my predecessor as a viable virus. All except one have been "In The WIld" at some time, with >95% detected on our own networks. No damaged or broken samples are included. It is a proper verified test collection, the result of many years of careful work. I am at the moment examining NOD32. Of my entire collection, NOD32 failed to accurately identify only one virus, the one that has never been "In The Wild". This is a CIH family virus given to my predecessor personally by Chen Ing Hau, never released. NOD32 (IMON) describes it as "probably unknown NewHeur_PE virus" in e-mail to myself, but the NOD32 scanner failed to recognize it as a virus. This is unimportant, because the virus is a single example that does not really "exist" outside its own directory. I am VERY impressed with NOD32!