I just purchased NOD32 due to the very good reviews it seems to have gotten. I have read through the configurations post on this forum and configured everything as instructed, however there seems to be some weakness when scanning archives (yes, scan archives is ticked everywhere I could find it). Here is what happens: When I run a deep-scan it detects a virus in a .rar archive and doesn't prompt me to do anything. When the scan terminates I click on clean, but the only option not grayed out is "leave alone" So the only way I can delete the virus is to do it manually. Why is this? I would expect a pop-up and a red flag yelling at me telling me I have a virus, but it's so subtle I almost missed it. The only time I do get a popup telling me a virus was detected is when I extract the archive and it scans the virus file within that archive as it is extracted. Any ideas why this is happening, it'd be great to at least be able to have NOD32 delete a virus it detects in deep-scan even if it's embedded in an archive, to be able to delete the entire archive.