I was starting to become alarmed by some of the tests coming from MRG, particularly this one... http://malwareresearchgroup.com/wp-...PRE-Comparative-Assessment-September-2011.pdf ...then I did some basic Google searching on "malwareresearchgroup reputability' and came across some people refuting their trustworthiness in forums, like this one: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r24101573-MRG-April-2010-On-Demand-Test-Results~start=20 Please keep that in mind before you quote their detection rates! There is NO WAY that Webroot SecureAnywhere could have scored that abysmally compared to those other products. Their test results do NOT line up with other major testing organizations. I do not trust MRG at this time and I discourage anyone from judging a product based solely on their flash tests and/or any other reports they generate. Thus far, any testing entity that has evaluated Webroot SecureAnywhere have given it overwhelmingly positive reviews. Not only does this include CNET and of course PC Mag, but this also refers to the unofficial pre-results that AV-Test seems to have acquired according to CNET. (Thanks Joe!) I edited this post to remove any negative tone towards GFI / Vipre. I have read plenty of positive reviews on their products, and according to the latest AV-Test results, Vipre is an exceptional anti-malware application. I hereby state that I have nothing against their company nor their products, and I apologize sincerely for the unintentional tone my original post had. The issue I have is with Malware Research Group, NOT GFI / Vipre. Thank you.