NOD32 creates havoc when I try to update Maxa Cookie Manager Pro(MCM) from version 4.2 to 5. NOD32 stops the installation and reports that the update file "probably is a variant of Win32/Genetik trojan". Not only that, it destroys version 4.2 of MCM. The key file cookie.exe is gone (changed to a tmp file). I had to uninstall ver 4.2 and then reinstall it. So I submitted the file to ESET for analysis. No answer so far. I have contacted the MCM people and they told me that this should be taken care of by ESET. But that is not so. The last two days I sent the MCM file to virustotal.com and only ESET (1 of 43!)found it to be a trojan. I scanned it with Malwarebytes and Trojan Hunter. They found nothing. It is obviously a false positive. How long is this to going to last? NOD32 is now very close to being removed and replaced. I use Windows 7 HP/64.