UberGeek (his post permalink is broken) posted that NOD32 is the best, linking to the PDF media release from Eset. The document says it’s the 34th consecutive Virus Bulletin 100% award. By definition, consecutive means:
Following one after another without interruption; successive
Looking at the test history for Eset (NOD32), there is 34 successes – just not consecutively. To me, that’s misleading. I’m not amused, simply because it’s pushing them even farther up there, when they don’t deserve it.
Nevertheless, it is definitely impressive, but if someone can explain why the PDF media release is worded that way, I’ll retract my previous statement.