I have Avast now, plus Cyberhawk (free version, it uses behavioral analysis, not signatures), I have CounterSpy for spyware. I run them weekly as well as having them active fulltime.
But somewhere I read the other day that Trojans now outnumber Windows viruses and worms by 4 to 1...that infected emails have fallen significantly from 1 in 44 during 2005 to 1 in 337 in 2006. (This might have been from Sophos--not sure) The BBC noted that cyber criminals have moved their focus to the web (rather than individual computers I assume). This last is I gather because of lax security on websites.
I do get tempted to get Trojan Hunter ($49)--it has an impressive carefully done review at http://www.anti-trojan-software-revi...jan-hunter.htm
I'd be interested in what different people think of the foregoing and whether they feel or don't feel a need for a good Trojan Hunter program.
And any impression on Avast's ability to catch Trojans?