Today, I saw a post in another forum about an update to Adobe Flash Player The new version of Flash is 11,2,202,228 I was eventually able to get it installed for both IE8 and Firefox 11.0 However, I could do this only by disabling NOD32 temporarily. I'm using version 220.127.116.11 with Windows XP Home SP3. When I first attempted to run the installers for Adobe Flash, I would get partway through each one and then the installer would report an unknown error and not complete. I went through the process of completely removing Flash and trying the installation again, but the same thing happened each time. Finally, I decided to disable NOD32 temporarily and found that the Flash installer completed successfully. I don't believe I have ever seen this problem before, at least in relation to NOD32, though I could be wrong about that. There were no alerts from NOD32 at any point and no entries in the log files, so I am guessing this is a conflict of some sort and not a detection of malware. Here is the information on my installed NOD32: Virus signature database: 7004 (20120327) Update module: 1040 (20120313) Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1348 (20120320) Advanced heuristics module: 1121 (2011120 Archive support module: 1143 (20120320) Cleaner module: 1053 (20120120) Anti-Stealth support module: 1030 (20120322) ESET SysInspector module: 1224 (20120223) Self-defense support module: 1018 (20100812) Real-time file system protection module: 1006 (20110921) Translation support module: 1044 (20120223) HIPS support module: 1046P (20120322) Internet protection module: 1031 (20120123) Database module: 1018 (20120203) I'm not worried all that much about this, but am curious as to whether anyone else has any problems with the latest Flash installer(s) in conjunction with NOD32 version 18.104.22.168. I did not try simply disabling HIPS, which would have required a restart. Perhaps that would have made a difference.