I've tested NOD32 for Linux using a free trial and happy it works (with only one minor issue) in Debian and Linux Mint. Now I have to decide is it worth buying? I must admit that I am concerned by the continual increase in malware and knowing how Windows is continually being patched, some criminals will no doubt increasingly focus more on Linux because my observation is that most Linux users are blase about not requiring antivirus protection. However there is precious little information on Eset's site (unless someone can point me to a page I have missed) which gives me good reasons to buy NOD32 as a desktop Linux user. I know it can help to protect Windows users on the same network but I don't have any. For example how much Linux malware is included in the signatures? How often do the signatures get updated with new Linux items and how does Eset find out about Linux malware? It seems to me that Eset could usefully add some information to its site to encourage potential purchasers to buy its Linux product.