First let me say I'm not a troll and have no intention of starting a war, but i am now very concerned. I received a Bank of America phish last week. I wasn't busy so I decided to see how much trouble I could give them while having the phish site taken down. I had the site down in about one hour so it was a success, but here's the issue. They were trying to have people download a new "security certificate" for their banking. I downloaded the file and scanned it. NOD32 V3 or 2.7 both reported it clean. I upload the file to VirusTotal and only 3 saw it but all showed it new and unknown. I then right clicked it and submitted it to Eset. I also went to CastleCops and used their list to submit the sample to all the AV companies. I received a lot of replies. The big K AV came back in 10 minutes confirming a rootkit/trojan info stealer and the update was in place. The next morning I had several more confirmations. Nothing from Eset. I keep getting several updates a day from NOD, but it still scans the file and says it is clean. Here's the real problem. It has been over a week and it still scans the file and reports it as clean. I resubmitted/rescanned it today at TotalVirus and now 26/32 show it as a Rootkit/Trojan. NOD still shows it as clean. I realize the lab is busy and I'm sure they are working hard, but it has been over a week. Obviously this is a real trojan and not a false positive. I am concerned about this as my confidence in my protection is now gone. I have been a confident NOD32 user for many years, but now I am starting to research other AV alternatives. I feel this is far to long to not get a detection of a real threat by Eset. With my confidence gone I am feeling very shaky surfing the net now even though V3 is looking very good with this last patch/download. Am I wrong in my thinking? Should I be this concerned. I am an "avid" anti spam/exploit person and research and report every spam/exploit that I receive. I always felt fairly safe roaming the seedier side of the net, but now I'm fearful. I use a sandbox and take all the precautions to prevent a problem, but this issue has really shaken me. Somebody boost my confidence back up.