I've been using NOD32 for about two months now, and I'm very pleased with it. It's an unbelievable improvement over Norton AntiVirus! I've studied the documentation and Blackspear's excellent tutorial, and I have a question about IMON HTTP checking. It seems to me, that with HTTP checking enabled, each file is checked twice: first by IMON when it is downloaded, and again immediately afterwards by AMON when it is accessed (e.g. rendering a web page). I experimented with the EICAR test page, and with IMON turned off, AMON still caught the file. Would I be just as safe from threats with IMON HTTP checking turned off, or am I missing something? Thanks for your attention.