As I introduced in the "Good News..." thread, I have received permission to post this rudimentary assessment I have documented in PDF form of Webroot SecureAnywhere. I am a very detail oriented person and I wanted to document the details, not just the detection rate or conclusion. I have also formulated my own basic scoring system I shall use in future tests. DISCLAIMER: I am of course just one individual, independent tester, and my testing system was fairly limited. I hereby do NOT claim, nor will I ever claim, to have the same degree/potential of reputability and/or reliability that large, 3rd party organizations such as AV-Comparitives or AV-Test does. These are preliminary test results and should not be used by themselves as justification to form a conclusion about the effectiveness of Webroot SecureAnywhere as a whole. As a side note, I post these primarily for the benefit of the community, as well as to assure myself of the effectiveness of Webroot SecureAnywhere. There have obviously been some conflicting results being shared on these forums, but you all seem to want to consider all results, not just ones coming from known reputable associations, so I therefore share mine as well. Important Amendment: In the introductory explanation the text explains what I denote a "1 point" determination versus a "2 point" determination of an infected file. There was one case in the actual results, however, that I gave Webroot SecureAnywhere 2 points in a circumstance that resembled 1 point due to the way it was detected in my results. Linked below is the PDF. Feel free to ask if you have any questions. Again, these are preliminary results and are not intended to replace (nor hold anywhere close to the same weight of) official test organizations' results! Thank you for reading. Click here to view the PDF report.