OutBack Plus, Express Assist, Eazy Backup 4, etc, recompiled. These are programs from AJSystems: http://ajsystems.com/ AJSystems has recompiled several of their programs and/or files belonging to them. The reason is that several AV-scanners are flagging some of the files as being infected with Win32/Induc.A (or something similar named by your AV). The question whether that is true or not (a false positive) is not the topic of this posting. For your info: Here is a general thread about Induc: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=251325 Here is a thread about Eazy Backup 4 and NOD32: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=251382 Depending on which program from AJSystems you have installed, your AV, your system, etc, you might get a warning on some of these files: EA9.exe OBP7.exe WMB.exe ezNetscp6.dll AJSystems has recompiled their programs and/or these files. So, users of their program(s) should run either live update or do a fresh install after having downloaded the new one(s); your choice which one. If you want to do a fresh install, make first sure that you still have your licence code. PS: I myself first did run live update (on Express Assist and Eazy Backup 4), but later decided that it was time to do a fresh install after having uninstalled the installed versions. I hope that this might help.