Received a brand new high end gaming computer, only two days ago. The builder had pre-installed "ArcSoft TotalMedia Extreme" so that I can play Blu-Ray discs. I installed and ran NOD for it's first scan, two threat detected: C:\Program Files\ArcSoft\TotalMedia Extreme\Digital Theatre\Plugins\VideoModule\PlayDVD\UI\Media_01.aui –probably a variant of Win32/Packed.Themida-unable to clean C:\Program Files\ArcSoft\TotalMedia Extreme\Digital Theatre\Plugins\VideoModule\PlayDVD\UI\Media_02.aui –probably a variant of Win32/Packed.Themida-unable to clean This Forum discussed the issue of "Themida" packing and how it can be used to pack legitimate executables as well as malware. Legitimate makers of software have posted their pleas for NOD32 and other AV manufacturers to recognize their plight of seeing NOD32 flag their legitimate Themida packed files as threats when in fact they were not threats. At the same time NOD has been taking the stance that since Themida packing can also be used for illegitimate purposes that NOD scans and flags Themida packed files. (See http://www.arcsoft.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=447 and http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=184840&highlight=themida Wouldn't it logical then for me to ignore THIS particular instance of a "Themida" based threat? When offered the options to 1) Leave 2)Rename 3)Delete - I chose Leave.