If I had been a non-technical person, thanks to ESET I would be infected with some dodgy virus by now. Just received a file via Windows Live Messenger from a friend. The file is around 100KB and is compressed. Inside is a "MS-DOS Application" file (according to Windows), around 120KB. Doing a scan via EAV and ESET Online Scanner brings back nothing. Submitting the file to VirusTotal brings back: ~Removed per Policy.~ How could Kaspersky and that lot beat ESET to it? Does EAV actually have Advanced Heuristics?? This isn't good at all... Thankfully I've not opened the file and there are no additional ports in use on my firewall, nor any dodgy processes open in Windows. However for some poor non-technical user who runs EAV and receives this file, they're screwed. Anyone else agree? Just to add, Kaspersky received word of this virus yesterday and released a definition within 2 hours (http://www.kaspersky.com/viruswatchlite?search_virus=Trojan.Win32.Agent.dnb&x=0&y=0&hour_offset=5). Why didn't ESET do the same??