Again, I have been blocked by NOD32 from downloading a perfectly benign file. Up flies the vomit red threat screen, and Eset essentially tells me what I can and cannot download. Does Eset really think that it knows every files intent or purpose? Common sense should tell you that false positives will occur. Just look at what I mean in the little video I posted at http://www.mediafire.com/?fjgibwmnmbm . Why isn't there a "Exempt This File" button on the threat screen? The button should exempt that file no matter where it is found on my PC or network when clicked. I want to exempt the file from a false positive. (Not an instance of the file in a specific directory....the file, in any directory.) Business (and even personal lives) shoudl not be put on hold until Eset determines if a file should be downloaded or allowed on an end user's PC. NO SOFTWARE should take control of my PC away from me - even if that means that I screw it up. It's my PC. This smells like no end user testing is going on at Eset. Surely I am not the first to point out this missing option on the threat screens.