Hi, I am running a direct access stock trading software called Laser and it uses many ports. I was unable to get Laser to run with NOD32 installed. It kept losing the port connection but once I uninstalled NOD32, Laser worked perfectly. I was wondering if there was a way in NOD32 to get it to not monitor anything that Laser does and just to open everything that Laser asks for? I tried adding the Laser.exe to the Internet monitor ignore list but that didn't work. I also allowed manual stop of AMON and then turned it off but I still couldn't get Laser to work. I understand that NOD32 monitors ports for suspicious activity, but is there a way to put in a rule for certain programs? Thanks. PS I have forwarded all ports required in my router. I am running Vista Home Basic with Windows Firewall on a Core2Duo 1.6 with 2gb RAM.