I'm new to Nod32, so if I'm asking something that may have been answered somewhere that I missed in my searching, my apologies. That said, each time Nod32 runs, it finds about nine entries in one of the account folders in \mail (using Thunderbird, of course) - all of them are listed as MIME > part000.txt , HTML\Phishing.gen trojan. Now, if I understand what I found elsewhere correctly, this is just Nod's way of telling me, "Hey, you got some BS phishing emails" despite the trojan moniker. So I made sure the trash folders were empty, but to no avail - the same thing happens over and over. Of course, I never did anything with any links in those stupid things. Other than a couple of false positives (a program .dll patched by the company itself and another one, nHTMLn.dll, used in mIRC scripts such as the one I use), I have had nearly zero issues with actual infections over the past several years, so this is a bit surprising to me. Anyone care to shed some light on the matter?