I have submitted several files that a *new* variant of the W32.SpyBot.Worm file generates to email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org. I have not heard a response, yet the virus continues to crush our corporate network. Symantec, and NOD32 stand by and do nothing to stop it. What do I have to do for attention on this matter? It's hard to convince my Director to switch to NOD32 entirely if your product fails to protect. The worm spreads fast, and generates the following files: C:\exec.exe C:\Windows\sys32.exe C:\Windows\sys33.exe C:\Windows\iexplorer.exe It's identified only in part by NOD32 as a rootkit worm. NOD32, and Symantec both can't stop the worm, or clean it.