Hi Guys, Just downloaded and installed the trial of Nod32 to replace kaspersky and so far so good but one of my web guys at work has an issue. He is unable to access http://localhost once we installed Nod32 on his machine. We checked his hosts file and it has the 127.0.0.1 to localhost being mapped and nothing else in there. He can ping localhost and it does resolve although he has got IPV6 installed so it resolves to ::1 as it should. We did try adding this entry into the hosts file but it made no difference at all. We tried adding localhost to the exclusion list inside of Nod32 but it made no difference either. He can access the site by http://127.0.0.1 but not by localhost. The only way he is able to access it by using localhost in either IE or Firefox is by going into the advanced setup options in Nod32 and under Web access protection > HTTP, HTTPS > Web Browsers and clearing the box for both IE and Firefox. Obviously this is not ideal as we still want scanning to occur on the web browsers but still let him access localhost. He is on XP. Any ideas on how to resolve this? If any more information is needed then just let me know.