Hi everyone. Please bear with me if this is a stupid question, but I'm a little uncertain as to what to do. In the way of background, a while ago I used to play a game (Phantasy Star Online) on a private server. NOD never had a problem with the game at all, over a course of months. It's been about 8 or so since I even ran the game, but it was still on my computer this evening. When NOD did a weekly scan, suddenly a file associated with this game (PsoBB.exe) was detected as a threat for some reason (Variant of Win32/Kryptik.CR trojan). Just to be safe I uninstalled the game (wasn't playing it anyway) and did another system scan that came up clean the second time through. At the time I think NOD sent a sample of the file in to Eset, but oddly the threat log is empty, even if the scanner log shows the threat. I'm just curious because of the odd behavior of just now declaring this file a threat, particularly after months of thinking it was fine. Is this indicative of a false positive? I only ask because, if it actually was a virus, it's time to reformat! Thanks for any help. EDIT: Forgot to mention. I'm using NOD 2.70.39 and virus definitions 3688 as of posting this.