The SETI@home project has recently completed its third year of active data analysis. Over 4 million volunteers have joined the search, providing a combined total of over 1 million CPU-years of processing power. SETI@home performs a sensitive search for extraterrestrial signals in a 2.5 MHz band centered on 1420 MHz. SETI@home searches a wide parameter space including 14 octaves of signal bandwidth and 15 octaves of pulse period with Doppler drift corrections from −50 Hz/s to +50 Hz/s. We will briefly describe the SETI@home project and the algorithms used in the SETI@home client. We will describe the post-processing methods we use to reject RFI and select candidate signals from the nearly 4 billion “hits” returned by SETI@home clients.