Today I needed an update for Adobe Air, downloaded it right from their site and it was detected as cloaked with something from the malware group called Trojan.SystemPoser by Prevx today. Thank goodness for Prevx! Worth every penny and then some. I don't even know what Adobe Air really is but, what to do now? Should I totally uninstall Adobe Air with my Revo or is there a safe alternative download site for me to do the update? "Trojan.SystemPoser B Oct 8 4:39 Oct 8 4:39 102,272 Y Y Y ADOBE AIR INSTALLER.EXE %temp%\ Oct 4 0:32 " I wouldn't have a clue as to whether or not this (the above) is a False Positive but it looks serious enough for me to come running in here. This happen to anyone else updating their Adobe Air the last week or so? How is that going to be resolved I wonder? People just sit around and wait until Adobe cleans it up and then they can finally update? I don't think so but by now I hope somebody has learned about this lurking cloaking posing trojan. Sound like something right out of a horror novel. Kind of wish the Prevx site was a tad more helpful regarding their codes, etc. and how to read, interperet and completely understand all the data they issue. Add a legend kind of thingy to the page maybe. No biggy but it would be really nice and very helpful for technically-challenged casual home users. The really weird part of this incident is after Prevx warned me off from installing the update, out of curiosity I scanned the icon with MBAB, Nod32 and Prevx. All 3 scans came out clean. Go figure! It's when I double-click on it to install it that Prevx says NO-NO-NO-NO!!!! Bad! I searched and just now learned that I could trash it (as it's referred to out there as "bloatware") and Acrobat both and install Foxit PDF freeware. What is the general concensus fellow Wilders on this Foxit software? Any good? Should I go with it? Got to have a PDF program. Would be grateful for your feedback even though Acrobat wasn't the problem today. I'm not bothered by that at all but I loathe the weekly updates for Adobe Flash - Macromedia. Always 1 for IE and another for the browser I actually use. Thankfully those are very speedy and I hope eventually we all don't end up spending more and more time and money on maintenance and security than on work, study, communication and play. Thank you in advance Wonderful Wilders.