I am a long time nod32 user with fairly strong pc skills and some network admin experience. Having cleaned spyware from a number of client, family and friends pc's I am all too familiar with the mess spyware can create. What I am not used to is having spyware unintentionally infect one of my personal machines. Last night a full scan with Spyware Doctor indicated that Spyware Quake had infected my machine. The machine infected is running winxp sp2 with nod32 v2.5 and Outpost Pro v3.5 (spyware plugin active), all updated and current. I was not using any other real-time protection programs. I would have expected nod32 to catch this problem up front as it has never let me down before and it is reported to have recognized earlier versions of this infection. Wondering if my expectations are too high? Also wondering just how effective the outpost spyware plugin is too, although I just recently began using outpost. I am now wondering if it might be best to leave spyware doctor running real-time, something I had avoided due to resource usage and lack of perceived need. Anyone have any experience with spyware quake and these applications? Cleanup went smoothly, but now I am just a bit more paranoid then before.