I got an email notification from my server at work today. Apparently, something is being flagged as a baddie: 3/8/2009 23:58:47 PM - NOD32 Kernel Threat Alert triggered on SBSERVER: c:\windows\system32\msdtc.exe is infected with a variant of Win32/Kryptik.JX trojan. According to what I've found online: "msdtc.exe" belongs to Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator. The Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator is a transaction manager which permits client applications to include several different sources of data in one transaction and which then coordinates committing the distributed transaction across all the servers that are enlisted in the transaction. MSDTC runs on all Windows platforms and is installed by applications which need to use it, such as the Microsoft"s Personal Web Server, or Microsoft SQL Server. I haven't added or removed anything from the server in over a year so that file has already been there for awhile. Is this a FP?