My Friends! Please help me to understand the incident below! I had this alert in my virus-log: Time Modul Object Name Virus Action User Information 2006.08.11. 1:51:27 AMON file C:\DOCUME~1\DR7D03~1.MAT\LOCALS~1\Temp\05.pdf-21927 Presumably unknown SCRIPT virus quarantined - deleted. Alerta when creating file. File quarantined. Close this window. (I translated this back from Hungarian). I sent this weird file to ESET, although I'm strongly convinced that it's a false alarm. I have got this virus alert when GoogleDesktop was reindexing my folders and files. It was the standard virus alert (red eye)- and it's come up twice. Precisely, GoogleDesktopCrawl.exe was the process, which tiggered the alert. I guess this folder (Docume~1.MAT) has to be some kinda temporary - folder (I cleaned it with CCleaner afterwards). My AMON is set as it's recommended in Blackspears' thread - everything's checked. When experienced this I made a deep scan in Safe Mode - and as I've expected - nothing has been found. No other nasties when having swept with SpySweeper 5.07. What I guess is as follows: perhaps the mechanism with which GoogleDesktop indexing files in the deepest level in my sytem may have triggered some kinda alert -as I've said AMON's set to maximum protection, even advanced heurestics ticked. What do U think? Does my explanation sound reasonable? Could it be a false-alert candidate? Sorry for being so detailed - I guess it's quite interesting. All comments most welcome!