BitDefender AV Plus 2012 is the first one that I have come across that will completly nuke everything it finds - including my folder of game trainers that I paid for and other stuff that was archived using archivers such as Molebox, etc. In the past I have used Nod32, MSSE, Zone Alarm, Kaspersky, etc - but none of them, none of them, didn't have some sort of 'Prompt for Action' option to prevent exactly this type of thing from happening. BitDefender may score well as an AV - BUT, it is the only one I would never recommend to anyone. I'm dreading a false-positive with this pile of garbage. Yeh, you can set the thing to quarantine instead of auto-deleting - but you still can't get it to prompt before taking any action whatsoever. On top of that, they emailed me with 5 free Licence Keys that I could give to friends and family so that they could have the thing for free. So, be warned if ever you are tempted by all of the reviews and glowing accolades of BitDefender - it, by default, has the capability to destroy data because the developers thought it would be a great idea. However, I'm intrigued as to whether any other AV software has the same nutjob same idea? Just so I know what else to avoid in the future.