ESET NOD 5.0.93, defs 6695 I am getting the following messages from ESET (all are the same, example shown here): 12/8/2011 12:52:50 PM HTTP filter file ~url removed~ a variant of Java/TrojanDownloader.OpenConnection.AQ trojan connection terminated - quarantined <domain name>\<user name> Threat was detected upon access to web by the application: C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\java.exe. I scanned java.exe and it is clean. I ran ESET and Malware Bytes scans and found nothing. This first came up when I went to a website that I thought was a computer help site (not the k71e74.com website shown in the log entry). I have received 2 groups of these messages, it is just getting annoying to have to keep seeing them. ESET quarrantined a file and I sent it off for analysis. I also killed a java.exe process twice which has been shown to be running in task manager (and indicated in the log message). I have JRE 1.6 level 23 installed on the computer. The process seems to come back and try and access the .jar file on the website (rootkit?). The java.exe file is clean, according to ESET. For now, I renamed the file to java.exebak as I am not using the one app that requires it. Any ideas are greatly appreciated.