after updating comodo to their newest version 2.4, i noticed that comodo itself takes a long time to initialize compared to the 2.3 version. searching about the forums i noticed that many had this issue with avast antivirus, so i figure, perhaps nod32 is the problem to this slow initialization. i added the comodo directory to amon's exclusion list, and it's thus fixed my problem. is it safe to do so though? is this a nod32 issue or comodo issue? what could nod32 be scanning?