I get into work today to find Autodesk Inventor has been killed on all of our engineering machines because NOD32 nailed iDrop.ocx as a variant of Win32/AdInstaller application. Not only has it been on the machines unaltered for about 1.5 years, but I ran it through VirusTotal which showed all clear. Took a couple of hours to straighten out and restore the file on all of the PCs. Now, I get home, there's a message from a family member with computer problems. She got caught by the MS DNS patch that killed internet access when ZoneAlarm is installed. I go to download the new ZoneAlarm free to help her out, and NOD32 nails that as, you guessed it, a variant of Win32/AdInstaller application. I can't verify this one since it's over VirusTotal's max size. If one file gets nailed, maybe it is infected, but two totally unrelated files from completely separate and unrelated sources? I sure don't believe NOD32 is right. What is going on here? NOD32 used to be a program I trusted and relied on for years, and recommended to everyone. After this, the fiasco with a bad update a week or so ago that caused all the Word documents on the network to get swallowed, and another bad update not long before that, I'm having serious doubts. Throw in the bugged V3 release that shouldn't have seen light of day, and I'm about to start looking for alternatives. What happened to Eset?