For some reason I have it in my mind that AV-Comparatives is the Gold Standard as far as AV Testing Organizations is concerned I ask mainly because of a January Test they did on the new Zone Alarm IS Extreme 2015 in which in their standard real-world testing ZAISE 2015 was able to block 100% of zero-day attacks with only one FP. I have been having fits with both KIS 2015 and BDIS 2015 on my particular PC. On several installs The BDIS Firewall will not allow access to sites such as Google and other reputable sites saying that their certificates are bad. Some have reported on their forum that the firewall is preventing access to their Home Networks. There used to be a solution posted on the BD Forums of the recommended adapter settings, but they have been removed and I have tried every combination with no positive result. This occurs on every two out of three installs of BDIS I do. (BD is currently working on a new updated version of its Firewall for at least the reasons that they removed the Paranoid mode that requires permissions on outgoing packets and they removed the network monitor. The update,I assume, is being made mainly in response to the huge customer outcry about the lack of these features in the current 2015 version.) KIS 2015, on the other hand, will not allow me to view the content of certain websites or certain proprietary video viewers, which the 2014 version never blocked. This blocking occurs even when I place the sites as approved on the "whitelist." I will not use Norton so I am considering using the new ZAISE 2015 which runs nicely with low impact on my system. That is why I am curious about the true independence and reputation of AV-Test, whose results for ZAISE 2015 were near perfect. Because of the timing of the test, it was an individual test done for Checkpoint, using the same procedures as that used in AV-Test's multi-AV tests, but I believe that it must have been paid for by ZA.