Windows 7 Action Center reported a problem with ESET Smart Security which I don't have installed. I use ESET NOD32, so I'm wondering if this is some type of compromise. The message in Action Center reads like this... Solve a problem with Smart Security Smart Security has stopped working properly. An update is available that solves this problem Click to download from the ESET website. If I click on the hyperlink, it wants to send me to ESET.eu. Since I'm in the U.S. and it knows it, I wonder why it doesn't send me to ESET.com?? Also, if there were a real issue with ESET NOD32, wouldn't the icon in the system tray turn red and indicate there's a problem? Anyone know if this message is legitimate or not? Thanks, Mark.