Ranbir wrote:How can I be sure it is good at detection and cleanliness when it hasn't done it yet!
*Laughs* Well, you could always launch Internet Explorer and go view some porn. Download those setup.exe files and click ’em to see what happens! You’ll get to see the flaming red eyeball of hell a number of times before you finally manage to infect your computer with a part of something.
Just the other day at my job we had a computer with 6700 separate virus signature traces on it. Removal with authorized tools brought that number down to 70, but nothing could remove the 70 programs. We ran Nod32 to see what would happen and each and every one of them was dragged, kicking and screaming, from the computer. The OS was pretty jacked up after everything was removed, but nothing was left. Since Nod32 has been on duty at my house, my son has failed in every single attempt of his to re-infect it.
You’re in good hands. Though maybe you’ll get lucky and find that one special virus that it doesn’t manage to catch…