Hello, 1- regarding to the new ESET's labs strategy of malware naming , I didn't understand if the new long series of letters are belonging to the malware itself or indicate to another thing ! For example, this detection : probably a variant of Win32/Agent.HKYSOZX trojan is "HKYSOZX" a variant of the trojan "Agent" ? And if yes, why I can't find "Win32/Agent.HKYSOZX" detection on the ESET's update details web page ? 2- Are detections that begin with "N" letter special ones ? I ask because when I search for the variants of "Win32/KillAV" trojan , "Win32/Spy.Banker" trojan , or "Win32/PSW.OnLineGames" trojan , I note that they haven't variants' names begin with "previous to N" letters although they have variants' names begin with "N" letter !! Many Thanks in advanced ..