I thought anti-virus programs were supposed to keep your hard drive safe. But it turns out that Kaspersky is utilizing one of the same flawed technologies (ActiveX) that makes the Internet Explorer browser so unsafe to use. How ironic. And Kaspersky is supposed to provide the best security! The other irony is that with Internet Explorer, at least you can turn ActiveX off. My understanding is that Norton's anti-virus program has improved to the point of being almost neck and neck with Kaspersky. Anyone disagree? Does Norton and the other top anti-virus programs also use ActiveX?? If they do, then I'd probably be better off to go ahead and use Kaspersky's risky ActiveX based software vs an anti-virus program that has inferior virus detection. Also, could someone please supply a link to the most reputable site that tests/compares anti-virus programs? Thanks in advance.