Hello! Hey guys can you give some confirmation in here if nod32 can scan through a different approach of a virus. I quote this from another forum where some discussions are made about nod32 and antiviruses that can scan with like this. --->About NOD32 not being able to scan inside archives, it may not have problems with typical ones like RAR and ZIP whose contents (such as applications) are usually decompressed to disk before being executed. However, there are some self-extracting archives that are “packed” in such a way that when decompressed, they load directly into system memory so in essence, potentially infected files are executed immediately. I believe this poses a serious threat for NOD32 and other anti-virus programs that have the same problem. --->Of course there won't be problems with typical self-extracting archives like ZIP and RAR but I was talking about the other kinds of self-extracting archives (like LZW or ICE, I think) that decompress to memory directly without writing to disk and we all know that once an application loads into memory, it's as good as executed. Please help! I'd like to know and confirm it before i make necessary answer to this discussion Thanks!