After reading the reviews on different anti virus programs in Fast Track this month, I decided to try out some of them and do my own review. I was using Avast and though it has good detection, I was not happy because of its lack of heuristic scanning. One of the AV programs I tried was Quick Heal, and I tell you its worthless. I have a couple of trojans and malicious programs on my computer (safely locked inside a folder) that I used to test the AV programs. Quick Heal failed to detect most of it!! It failed to detect even the famous backdoor trojan Back Orifice. There is another program which when run resets the BIOS; all AV I tested detected the program as either "malicious" or "trojan" except Quick Heal. It even failed to detect a few trojan binders that I have on my computer. The detection is very poor. If you are using Quick Heal, you might not be protected, specially from trojans. Another dumb feature in Quick Heal is that the resident program can scan only EXE files or user defined files. There is no option like "scan all files". I haven't seen a worse AV like this. My advice is not to use Quick Heal.