Hi all, I'm currently testing ESET Smart Security 3.0.650.0 on my Windows 2000 machine. I have experienced the following problem: - loading web sites (with firefox, for example) is very slow - some web sites are not loaded at all (server not found) Looking to the firewall log messages, the reason for this problem is quite obvious: the firewall is identifying the DNS responses from the DNS server as attacks (message "DNS Cache poisoning attack"). Of course, the DNS server is not attacking anybody (I tried it with different DNS servers). This certainly is a bug in the firewall. I "solved" this problem on my machine by deactivating the Web protection component. Some days ago, another user has reported the same problem in this forum and a similar problem has been already reported in April. I strongly recommend ESET to take this problem serious. This is an absolute show stopper. Any "normal" user (i.e., not familiar with network technology) would discard Smart Security from his/her machine without thinking twice.