Ok guys, got a problem here: I use Nod32 in conjunction with TH (much better suited for Trojans, and can even block unknown ones). The problem is, whenever TH tries to read a Trojan file that's already in the Nod32 definitions base, Nod32 pops up an alert window AND PREVENTS TH from analyzing the file - in the end TH does not detect it and sometimes FREEZES so I have to close it manually through the taskbar. VERY annoying . But when I disable the 'scan on "open"' option in the Amon setup, the TH can carry out its work unhindered. And I'd like TH to have "priority" over Nod32 when it comes to Trojans, for the reasones I mentionned B4. But I read another previous thread where it was highly recommended to leave the 'open' option on for Amon to be able to detect malicious scripts or something. An AV is not supposed to detect Trojans (ATs are much better suited and some such as TH even have Trojan heuristics, which no AV, not even Nod32 or AVP, does. Nod32 may be an allmighty virus hunter, fine. Let it do its job, let TH do its own, let none interfere with the other. That's the definition of a well-organized multi-layed defense. So anyone have an idea as to how I can get TH to read the files BEFORE Nod32 does?