Oh, by the way, I just renewed for two more years! I think NOD32 does a great job...but it is kind of hard to tell just what it is doing. Over a year ago I mentioned this problem in the v2 forum, and I am a bit disappointed that nothing seems to have changed. It could be that I just am missing something. First, when I do a complete system scan there are literally thousands of results returned for files that are encrypted. I would really, REALLY like not to see these results. These files were encrypted yesterday, they will be encrypted tomorrow. Including these makes any meaningful review of the results all but impossible. OK, that is just petty complaining on my part, I guess. What did my first complete scan find? It found, as near as I can tell, 1 threat which could not be cleaned and was deleted. I can't seem to find out what virus was detected, what file was infected. It seems possible that a backup copy was saved. It seems as though I a free to submit the file to Eset for analysis, however I won't be informed of the results. I'm sorry that is not the way I operate. Cooperation is a two way street. How could you even ask someone to submit a sample when you cannot be bothered to respond with some statement about the findings? I know NOD32 users as a group will benefit from the submission of possibly infected with a virus samples, however, that is all the more reason to show some courtesy to those who submit such samples. I don't guess this is going to change, but... ... I would like to know what file was infected, and by what. Surely, I just am not getting it! -HandsOff!