Like the title says, I purchased a new game from Battlefront this morning (Strategic Command 2: Pacific War). Paid my $75, got my license code, and clicked on the download button. The download got to 99% and then NOD32 interupted with a threat warning that the file was infected with a W32/Statik trojan virus. I terminated the connection as advised and submitted the file for analysis. I tried again, this time trying to instal directly from the the Battlefront file. rather than storing it first on my PC, but got the same result. I have logged this issue with Battlefronts support team, but I'm wondering if this might be a false warning. It seems odd that a download from an official site that sells its game by DL would have infected files on its servers. Either way, I shelled out $75 this morning on a game which I currently can't accept delivery of. ++++ 16:15 30/9/2009 Reply from Battlefront.com support team No, it's not a problem on our end. It's a problem with your anti-virus software reporting what is known as a "false positive". In other words, it's thinking it's recognizing a trojan where there is none. This often happens with anti-virus software that is set to look for "heuristic" virus definitions, in other words, not actual known viruses but code that looks similar to a virus. Please contact your anti-virus vendor and inform them about this false positive and they should be able to remove the warning for you with one of the next virus definition updates. There are no viruses on our download servers, it's 100% certified. --- Questions? Check out our extensive Knowledge Base at: www.battlefront.com/faq Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: GLW-221983 Department: Fulfillment / Shipping Priority: Urgent Status: Closed ++++ Can you advise on how to resolve this?