Before we push on into the reviews tonight, a bit of information about the W32.Blaster worm that's alloverthenews at the moment.
The worm exploits a vulnerability in the RPC protocol of Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, NT 4.0 and Server 2003 based PCs, allowing an attacker to gain access. More information from Symantec. A patch from the Microsoft website should be installed to remove the vulnerability. If you already have the worm, there's a McAfee tool or a Symantec tool to remove it.
There's more information (including the links above and a lot more) in one of our forum threads.
If you're running an affected version of Windows and haven't already done so, you should install that patch ASAP. Good reason to keep your windows installs patched up (the patch was on the Windows Update site way back on the 17th of July) and use a firewall!
OK, reviews time ... hopefully there are at least a few people out there with PCs that aren't rebooting every 60 seconds so they can read some!