In another thread titled "Why Should I Purchase Nod32" I saw a nearly identical experience to mine with regards to the above. I could repeat my experience in a post but like I said its darn near identical. Suffice to say that after sending a second sample on June 7 (the first sample was sent on 5-23). I still haven't heard back from ESET despite two subsequent emails to those who contacted me about the issue. The file is called randomize.dll and is part of a 4 year old graphics program (MGI Photosuite). It shows up whenever I reinstall the program from a factory CD Could somebody point me in the direction of a URL which describes the above trojan. I've been running NOD32 for over 2 years and it wasn't until the nearly the end of May that this file was detected. I'd like to believe its a false positive since neither my backup scanner or an online scan picks it up.