There was 1 200 000 lines (or so) in the log after an on demand scan. Nine of these were red ...I think (because I haven't found them yet). I hope I am not expected to scroll back and forth between these false positives, huh? When I am exporting the log, there are no options, except for .txt or .xml. Am I supposed to export several million lines of xml code when there are only nine lines that interest me? Nod has crashed twice now, just trying to access the logs. I did manage to export the log, but I am just to scared to open it. I know there must be a way to filter the logs, right? There could have been a "next/previous" button for discrepant events, or sumtin' ...cause it would be interesting to see what archives, catalouges and files Nod was unable to check (i.e. risk zones; unscanned territory), but it seems like Nod doesn't want to have anything to do with me, what so ever, as if it was "his" job to be responsible for the security of my machine. It is not! It's my job! Nod is just a tool that's refusing to cooperate, like a hammer without a handle or an electric screwdriver that spinns the other way. It is extreamly annoying when there's so much potential in a software and it is not utilized. Thank You!