Original file name thcl.exe Location C:\Program Files\TrojanHunter 5.0 During an automated trojan scan, (and likely part of how Trojanhunter operates) thlc.exe created C:\Windows\TEMP\vzw.exe. Vzw.exe then triggered NOD32 v3 Real time Protection module. NOD32 v3 indicated - Detected as "probably unknown STEALTH.POLY.CRYPT.TSR.DRIVER virus" IMPORTANT: Each time Trojanhunter's automated / scheduled scan is run thlc.exe creates a file OF A DIFFERENT NAME in the C:\Windows\TEMP folder. As such the flagged file in the above report, vzw.exe, was simply one possibly randomly generated file name created by Trojanhunter during it's scan process. To clarify, ESET may want to focus more on the thlc.exe automated Trojan scan application and not focus so much on the file name being created in the TEMP folder as it seems Trojanhunter is creating files of random names. And it is those random named files that are setting off NOD32 v3 As the flagged file, vzw.exe was submitted to ESET for analysis. But I fear it will turn up nothing and be useless in adding the file to a FP database since thlc.exe (Trojanhunter) is the source of the problem / FP bug. How should I report this to ESET? Where do I send the report to?