How long does it take for Eset to include a definition of a virus into their signature database? To this date they have 10 different versions of SCKeyLog included in the database and I stumbled across another version, which is not yet included, SCKeyLog.g and submitted it to Eset the same day (2004-10-17). SCKeyLog.g was NOT detected by NOD32, despite deep heuristics and all bells and whistles on, but was detected with AVPDOS32. Because I live in Sweden I sent the file to firstname.lastname@example.org (http://www.eurosecure.com/) and the reply I got was, roughly translated, "It looks like a new version of SCKeyLog. Thank you for the submitted file." It will be detected with a future update of definitions." So, how long does it take for a virus to be included in the signature database?