Hi, I use Firefox 3.0 (I know v3.5 is out but I'm still with 3.0) and some files I download are corrupted and I don't understand why because it doesn't happen to every file I download, however, I've been testing with one specific: http://www.ajuaonline.com/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/download.php?id=31 (~18Mb) If "Web access protection" is turned on, this file will be corrupted, if I turn "Web access protection" off, than the file will be OK. I downloaded this file countless times and every time I did with "Web access protection" turned on, the file was indeed corrupted and it wasn't with it turned off. How I know this? When I executed the corrupted file, I got an error message about some invalid 7-Zip archive (it seems the self-extracting archive was compressed with 7-Zip) and if the file is not corrupted, the installation begins. In the mean time, I've disabled "Web access protection" but I wanted it on, of course... Any help is appreciated!