I thought this was a little funny. I have Qihoo's 360 Total Security Essentials installed. Every scan returns a slew of false positives, like practically every AV in history. Anyway, I submitted a bunch of them using Qihoo's web form. One of the EXEs I submitted was one I had created myself. After quite awhile (a couple weeks or so), I got email responses. The first funny thing was that all the response emails said that my submission was "identified as malicious" but, in the same message, said that the file should be added to the "Trust List" if it gets detected again. I know that English is not Qihoo's strong suit, but come on now. None of the files I submitted was a true malicious file. Not even borderline. The other thing I thought was funny is that I discovered that Qihoo uses VirusTotal.com to determine if a file is clean or not. I don't know if this is all they do (I would hope not). How do I know this? After getting the response emails from Qihoo, I went on VirusTotal to scan the EXE that I had created myself. Just for grins and giggles, to see what would come back. And the site told me that it had been scanned 5 hours earlier. I wasn't the one who had scanned it, and I created the EXE myself, and never gave it to anyone. So it must have been Qihoo who scanned it. Anyway, I'm bored so there's my story. Seriously thinking about removing 360 because it's just an annoyance at this point.