Yesterday I downloaded the Eicar test file, contained in a zip-file, and saved it to my desktop. I was actually expecting the real-time protection to kick in (AMON or IMON), but it didn't (perhaps this me misunderstanding the program, I thought IMON would check it because it was an Internet download). When I checked the zip-file on demand, NOD32 (as expected) warned me about an infected file inside the archive. However, the only option that I had was to copy it 'to quarantaine' and than close the alert window. Is this supposed to go like this? I thought NOD32 would clean or delete the file. Manually deleting the file worked also. Do I have to worry about the real-time protection as well? I hope that someone can help me out. EDIT: Perhaps a dumb question to add after all of this, but I have never had a 'viruswarning' with NOD32 before. Am I supposed to copy the file to quarantaine and can I take further action from there?