Nod32 gives me a lot of false positives on several applications where I use an "open containing folder" action. For example, in uTorrent, when I right-click a completed torrent and select "open containing folder", Nod32 gives the following alert message: Object: C:\temp\rdl11B6.tmp Threat: Win32/AutoRun.FakeAlert.M worm Information: cleaned by deleting - quarantined and instead of the correct folder being opened it goes to My Documents. Other programs that Nod32 does this with have a similar alert message. The object is always of type .tmp in C:\temp and the threat is always Win32/AutoRun.FakeAlert.M worm. When I disable Nod32 the alert messages do not appear but My Documents is still opened instead of the correct folder. How can I fix this? Thanks.