I (my kids!) have got a virus to my PC from KaZaa network. Now you all can enjoy to it! I used BitDefender 6.5 Pro some weeks ago when I was infected by a worm (Win32.P2P.Tanked.B = BitDefender virus name after my feedback), in the F-Secure virus list it was (Trojan.W32/sdDrop.c) or somenthing like that. I did that mistake when my "StarDownloader 1.42" virus checker was BitDefender and not for example F-Secure 5.41, which was my Backup in that time. Now is the time to the main point. The virus was not in the Wild list. I checked the virus 3 days after that I recognized that infection, wich was some a week old, with other av:s when I had time to it. Only Panda Online scanner and of course KAV online scanner were capable to detect it. Those programs that missed the virus in my checks were PC-cillin 2003, NOD32, McAfee on line scanner, DrWeb on line scanner, RAV 8.6. 104. So there isn't such a myth as "in the Wild viruses", only it is truth that some viruses are more common than the others. Even WormGuard, TrojanHunter, Trojan Remover and PC DoorGuard missed that worm, so that's about the so called layered defence! After that my case I decided to improve BitDefender's virusbase with all my virus detections afterwards with all my detected viruses I ever met, because BitDefender is the only AV that is still capable to scan all those files from your PC. After that I classified DrWeb and NOD32 more or less "hype" in total defense category, because they have so small virusbase! PS. The virus was in "exe" extension when I checked that with those other AV:s and AT:s! "The truth is out there, but it hurts" Best Regards, Firefighter!