OK, Im running Windows XP Pro SP3 with NOD32 Antivirus v3. Im pretty pissed off so to say about three issues: 1) I have submitted a sample of ise32.exe trojan/backdoor days ago, and still NOD32 have not added it to their detection. They do detect the autorun.inf file that is usually packed with this baby, but not the actual ise32.exe file. If you dont know what ise32.exe does, use google. Not good. Other antivirus products have detected it weeks ago. 2) NOD32 does not have a way of submitting superhidden files. NOD32 could normally scan the file when scanning the folder (but, as I told in part1, it still doesnt ofcourse detect it as virus), but when I try to submit it, the window in NOD32 where I should select the file for submission simply does not see the file! How can this be?!? (No, nothing to do with exclusions) It can scan it, but it cannot see it on "submit file" window! I had to do some dirty trick with this ise32.exe file to be even able to see it normally on Windows XP and only after that I could see and send it on "Submit file" window in NOD32. 3) It seems to be impossible to configure NOD32 for one very simple rule on alerts/notifications: To make NOD32 alert user(s) when it detects infection...and ONLY alert users when it detects infections! This is very irritating! Either I have to read all the possible reports on all updating and other stuff that happen all the time too with NOD32 - or I cannot see any alerts at all! (Ofcourse I could turn the "cleaning level" to "ask on every infection" to get those reports, but I dont want that, I want NOD32 to automatically kill every malware it finds in the system with its protection on, BUT ALSO to alert me if it finds some malware in the system) Is there any hope on fixing these bugs / issues?