Hello, today I visited a website one a computer, with a different anti-virus program (no NOD32). I got an AV alert, the av products claims, that the site I wanted to visit, is containing a iframe threat. So I started to investigate that. I tried several scanners and the results a very different: Most of the scanners doesn't detect these kind of threats, but Sophos or G-DATA for example, are detecting threats. I would like to post a link to the virustotal.com results, where I uploaded such a saved html file, but I don't know if this is allowed. And here's my question: Why doesn't detect NOD32 these kind of threats (well, when you don't know the threat, you can't really discuss the problem, but it isn't allowed to post such an url...)? Am I not protected? I don't want to discuss the value of other av products, but I think Sophos is one of the big players - they detect it. Would you say Sophos makes more noise than necessary (false detection)?