I know the odds of having a actual active trojan or even a virus on a Mac is practically zero! However, we all do install stuff on our machines and who knows, perhaps something might found it's way and attached itself to something we already use? If you know what I mean... Still.. are there any such tools you fold like to recommend for peace of mind? Recently I've been getting loads of odd emails from my OWN email address and everyone of them is spam. This got me thinking, could there be something on my system that shouldn't be there? At the moment I'm looking at MacScan 2.5 does anyone recommend it? I've also looked at free ClamXav but i'm searching for a virus - it doesn't search entire drives just folders... On the PC front i'm using free AVG cause my Nod32 expired.. lol Ideally something 'x-platform' would be great, as I (like so many) have a Windows bootcamp partition on the boot drive - we don't need some malicious attack, while i'm working.... argh.. that would be horrible!