CPUID.com didn't get hacked lol, AVG givin false positives See, I just reformatted my comp, installed everything I need, and decided I wanted to use CPU-Z to check out my system. Luckily I had AVG antivirus installed and updated. I downloaded the CPU-Z 1.44 from www.cpuid.com, tried to extract the files and was greeted with a box from AVG, telling me there was a trojan horse detected. Initially, I thought it was my overclock that was messing things up, but when I tried it on my office pc with the same AVG antivirus installed, it gave the same message. Frustrated, I logged onto TechPowerUp! downloads database, and downloaded our version of 1.44 CPU-Z, and much to my surprise, the thing worked! So basically what I'm saying is to stay away from www.cpuid.com for a while till that trojan clears up, and in the meantime, use the TPU! download database!