I recently came across a file which two other products identified as a malicious trojan. I then did a scan with Prevx and ... nothing bad was detected. Well, I thought I would then do the right thing and send that file to Prevx Corp so that everyone else using Prevx could benefit from what my other two programs had detected. So, I thought, I'll just press the button which allows the file to be sent to the Prevx programmers, so they could add it to the database, and then hunted for that little button, and hunted, and hunted. And found ... nothing! So I just gave up and let the other security programs delete the file. QUESTION: Why can't Prevx be given a simple button, on one of its screens, or menus, to SIMPLY allow a file to be uploaded to the Prevx experts for analysis? From what I read on this site, it seems the only way to send a suspicious file to Prevx Corp, is to "pack the undetected file in a password protected RAR or 7z archive and use this password: 'infected' (without quotes)" !!! Are you guys serious!!! Who can possibly be bothered jumping through all those hoops! Can I please ask the Prevx programmers to put on their 'to do' list, a SIMPLE way of sending a suspicious file to Prevx Corp, FROM WITHIN THE PROGRAM ITSELF, that doesn't involve the ridiculous need to zip up the file with some external program, apply a password in the process and then send it via another external program (e-mail) to the recipient! PLEASE!! It doesn't take an Einstein to realise that making the process of submitting suspicious files MUCH simpler for the end user, can only increase the benefit to all Prevx users, of those files being added to the Prevx database. Thanks.