Hello, I realise similar questions have probably been asked before, but I was wondering whether just running nod32 and not tds3 (or other anti trojans) is enough? I was a NAV 2004 user before seeing the light and didn't run tds3 routinely alongside NAV, preferring to run fortnightly scans via tds3 manually. In other words, since I never got a trojan running that setup (with Outpost firewall and router) is it safe to assume that doing the same thing but with nod32 instead, is as secure? I don't want to waste system resources running tds3 at startup if my situation is no less secure. mtia, T.