As it is known,NOD32 V3 is weak in self-protection. The self-protection method of NOD32 used is that the service of NOD32 whose name is "eset service" re-generate its' process at once by function provided by Windows OS after it is terminated. I think it is not safe enough because this can be easily exploited by virus to stop or even destroy NOD32. Look at some other AV products such as Norton or Kapersky, they both have great self-protection ability. Their process cannot be terminated by windows task manager or other third-part tools while their program files are well protected too. Today threats are evolving very fast, more and more virus beomes aggressive and designed to destroy the anti-virus software in order to perform their action. Does ESET intend to improve self-protection of NOD32 in nearly future? Or ESET has its’ own opinion about this issues?