Hello, I recently built a new PC and decided to switch my AV from AVG to NOD32 to give it a try and see the differences. I reinstalled Firefox and its addons and I was re-configuring them and I ran across a problem. The Download Statusbar addon/extension for Firefox allows me to instruct it to activate a virus scan for every file I download. I previously had it set up with AVG, but since I switched to NOD32, I've been trying to get it to work to no avail. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm supposed to use the command line executable (ecls.exe) right? I gave it the path to the ecls.exe and the command prompt will open, but no matter what parameters I specify, it won't actually do anything. I'm trying to test this by downloading the EICAR test virus. With NOD32 fully enabled, it won't even allow me to download it, terminating the connection beforehand. But I wish to see its response should it happen to miss a download, so I temporarily disabled NOD32 via the right-click menu. Now I can download the file, but it won't scan it and leaves it alone. I've tried the parameters that were stated in the help files using double-dashes, and they didn't work. I also tried the parameters with a forward slash as detailed in the sticky on these forums and elsewhere I've found, but they don't work either. Is there something I'm doing wrong? For the record the parameters I have currently entered is: /aind /no-log-all /no-boots /no-mail /sfx /rtp /adware /unsafe /unwanted /pattern /heur /adv-heur /action=prompt /files %1 The %1 is stated as the argument to use for the file to scan. I've tried both using and not using it, to the same effect. I also recall reading somewhere about an issue with action=prompt, but I do not get any response with action=clean either. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.