Hi, This year I switched from Nod32+Zonealarm free to Eset Smart Security. Since a little while, I occasionally get the following request for permission: http://www.dutchalps.com/temp/eset.jpg I have performed reverse dns lookups for the involved IP adresses (different each time), and they seem to have nothing to do with ESET. So I sent the question to the Dutch helpdesk for ESS, but they wanted a complete export of the sysinspector, which I refused, because it exposes too much info about my PC, and they didn't want to tell me which part of the produced XML file they needed to investigate. Does anyone know why "Eset Service" would want to connect to random addresses that do not seem to be related to Eset? Why would "ESET Service" ask permission in the first place, if it is doing anything legitimate? Thanks, Pieter.