Yesterday I used a free spyware scanner just on a lark to see if this ESET Smart Security version 3.0.621 that I have is all that it's been trumped up to be. Since I've had it, it has yet to find one single thing, not even a tracking cookie which I get every day, all day long. Lo and behold, the scanner found trojan.vundo. I didn't know what to do (never thought of submitting it to ESET nor do I know how to do that - using another product on top of that) so I went to Google and they had a removal tool for it and that worked out well. ESET claims that they detect and destroy trojans among many other things. Boy am I ticked off at them. Now, I don't know where I stand with this expensive suite. I don't know how I'm going to keep on top of trojans and how I'm going to get rid of the 5 million tracking cookies I must have by now as I am a heavy surfer of the `Net. Right now, I am using Windows Defender and the ESET suite. By right, that should be enough considering all the dollars involved here. I have an HP Pavilion with Vista Premium Home Ed. It came with a kabillion programs running so it's probably about to have a melt-down any minute. Open to any and all suggestions. Can post here or email me. No preference. How am I going to clean out all my tracking cookies? I had Trend Micro do it with my XP. I assumed that ESET was going to do it with this one. Silly me. Thank you and hope there's help out there for me.