More than 2 years ago, I began working from home. To do this, my employer provided a file on a thumbdrive (companyname_data_entry.exe) which when run, launches Internet Explorer and goes to the company web page. Once there, I would enter my id and password and from there would be forwarded to another web page from which I would launch the required Citrix Presentation Server client which would take me to my workspace. This has all worked flawlessly...until yesterday. Suddenly I got a warning from McAfee antivirus that it had found and removed a trojan (Generic Artemis) from the companyname_data_entry.exe file. Was I really infected? I don't know, but I had copies of the file on my hard drive and another thumbdrive and they all failed to run and prompted the same virus warning. Since my subscription to McAfee was due to run out soon anyway, I uninstalled it and installed Avira Antivir. This went without incident and I ran a full scan with Avira which said that it found and removed many infections. A repeat scan in safe mode showed no other infections. Not only did McAfee fail to stop these, but weekly scans with Superantispyware and Malwarebytes (both updated frequently) failed to turn up anything other than tracking cookies. When I attempted to run companyname_data_entry.exe again, Avira popped up with a warning that companyname_data_entry.exe was infected with the DR/Delphi.Gen trojan. Avira also will not let companyname_data_entry.exe run, so I can no longer connect to the office and work from home on this computer (a Dell XPS400 running WinXP MCE2002 SP3). I am currently in the process of trying to get the IT folks at work off their butts and get me a replacement thumbdrive with a (hopefully) uninfected copy of the file. This will take a while, as it's not high on their list of things to do. While I wait, any suggestions on how I might possibly salvage this situation and get the file to work? I really don't know exactly what companyname_data_entry.exe is. I can only make a guess that it sets the security settings in IE that the company requires for connection to it's network. Sorry for the length, but I was trying to provide as much info as possible. Any help is appreciated.