suspected infection | verified infiltration | urgent this file appears to have some sort of stealth trojan attached to it. the file included was obtained from torrent, however the file from the developer's site should be here: lavalys.com/products.php?ps=&page=11&dlid=35&lang=en it is supposed to be the installer for Lavalys Everest Ultimate 5.30. After installing it, it really is, but it is bundled with something that slipped right through nod32's defenses which really amazes me and I am quite shocked by that. I launched the included .exe file and noticed that a baloon popup by windows security center (on windows 7 64-bit) notifying me that eset firewall 4.2 has been disabled, after which it was immediately re-enabled transparently and the icon turned green once again. then I noticed a new strange task in my task manager called 'explorers.exe' which appears tobe the focus of this infiltration. after activating the interactive mode of the firewall, it notified me that a connection is being made to the following socket: port 60123 at 80-254-74-149.dynamic.swissvpn.net (184.108.40.206) from explorers.exe I rebooted, and the same program was launched again, by itself, as a setup screen. it may have apparently opened up a hole in my system. and written to the registry. I am using the latest nod32 smart security across 3 machines, some beta and some current version. I scanned with both versions and nothing came up. I uploaded this file to virustotal.com and only kapersky flagged it as a virus. Nod32 update: 4749 (20100106). this appears to be a new virus, and I must say again, I know its impossible to catch everything but I am quite amazed that it slipped the eset labs which has so far protected me since 2003. I would like to know more about this when you follow up if possible. I have tried to send the file in email and through the interface but it always fails. please - someone from ESET provide me with a link to send or upload the necessary attachment of 10mb to you immediately.