doing a semi-regular system scan for changes, I got an alert that their was a new file in w2k \system32\imon1.dat 43 bytes of text. google finds vague references to this file usually in a malware context. the file itself scans clean in nod32 and total virus scans. did nod32 create that file? if so, should it have left it in \system32? what is it doing, and any harm if manually deleted?? I asked the same question to eset support and so far (at more than 24 hours) and no reply)_not intended as negative criticism of nod32, I've been using it happily a few years now on several pc.