Alright this is odd and makes no sense to me. I am working on a program that is throwing up false positive issues. The program contacts an outside website for a small string of information (not related to the user) and displays it for the user. The user has the option to email this from within the program. Nothing malicious about it. I have the .exe file compiled. I upload it to Jotti and VirusTotal. Both of them have DrWeb and VBA32 catch it as a possible backdoor worm, but all the others find nothing. When I scan the file with NOD32, it finds nothing. But, if I copy and paste the .exe from 1 place to another, NOD32 catches it and marks it as: But, if I compile the program and have it save the .exe to the same folder I tried to copy it to, it leaves it alone. Also, I submitted this FP to Eset a week or so ago. I can't figure out what in the program could be triggering a FP to start with. is it the fact that it grabs a string from an outside website or that it has email capabilities. Initially, while working on the program, I had to exclude the entire directory from NOD32, because it would flag it everytime I did anything with it, so maybe that is why it is not catching it on creation. I dunno, but its irritating to say the least. Any ideas?