False positive: German Antivirus reports Internet Explorer is the Goldun.ML trojan
Interestingly, word hasn't got around that much about this...
"Helmut Büsker from Avira reports that in spite of his company's internal tests of the incremental updates, an incorrect signature landed in signature files 6.36.01.127 and 6.36.01.134. It was distributed today (Wednesday) at 7:25 am. The error was quickly noted and was removed through a new signature database one-half hour later. Affected users can recreate the file where necessary from the quarantine. Window XP's Windows File Protection will also automatically arrange for the recreation of the missing files. Avira believes this means that damages are limited.
If a user took the additional step of deleting both the original and backup files for Internet Explorer, however, then the Microsoft web browser cannot be resuscitated. The OS's installation CD is then required to make things right."