Hey All, I'm having strange problems and I have isolated the trouble down to the application protocol content filtering where it will not finish loading webpages on certain sites from time to time. Especially loading the configuration page for my router. When the application protocol content filtering is disabled, everything is ok. Windows 7 x64 SP1 Intel Q9400 8GB RAM Code: Virus signature database: 6477 (20110919) Update module: 1036B (20110617) Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1321B (20110914) Advanced heuristics module: 1118 (20110419) Archive support module: 1136 (20110818) Cleaner module: 1051 (20110420) Anti-Stealth support module: 1027P (20110916) ESET SysInspector module: 1221B (20110623) Self-defense support module: 1018 (20100812) Real-time file system protection module: 1005B (20110311) Translation support module: 1028B (20110907) HIPS support module: 1027P (20110914) Internet protection module: 1022 (20110811) Database module: 1016 (20110726) Website: tumblr.com Reproducibility: frequent Steps to reproduce: * Sign up with a tumblr account * Go into the preferences and enable endless scrolling * Search for content * Keep scrolling down down down. Problem: Eventually, you'll get stuck on a section of the website where part of the content has loaded and will go no further. At that point you have to refresh the website and hope that you can go past that section. Pagifying the results will make the problem rarely come up, but it still occurs from time to time. Website: dd-wrt.com Reproducability: frequent Steps to reproduce: * On the website, Click the Support link * On the next page, click on Other Downloads * The website will bring a web navigation of an ftp site * Click around in the trees of the ftp site. After the 3rd or 4th tree in, the screen fails to refresh and go any further * Reloading the website brings you back to the top level of the ftp site, but if you retrace your steps, you are typically able to go past the section you are stuck on. Router: Linksys WRT610N Firmware: dd-wrt Reproducability: always Steps to reproduce: * This is the worst one yet. You are lucky for the webpage to show up at all. You have to stop and press reload very frequently to navigate around on the router configuration screen. Most of the time you just get nothing but a white screen All problematic sites go away as soon as the application protocol content filtering is disabled, or in case of the router, white listed. These are just some of the sites I have noticed the problem on. If there are any more, I'll list them below, but I'm rarely on my desktop computer and favour my MacBook Pro most times. edit: the paste results of the eset about page was creating avatars, I placed them in a code box.