I've noticed lately that somehow NOD32 is blocking some installers of programs which I download from the Internet for testing purposes. Even when I do not see a balloon message form NOD32 stating the causes why the downloaded file did NOT complete and was interrupted instead [with about 99% downloaded] I can trace the culprit to NOD32 because ekrn.exe is maxing out all my dual-core processor cycles while it analyzes the file being downloaded. This happened again, today this time with the AVG free AV installer [151MB] which I downloaded from MajorGeeks. NOD32 kept interrupting and cancelling the download every time I tried. The larger the files the more likely NOD32 is going to cut the download short. Couldn't you ESET staff do something to prevent this from happening? It's really annoying. If I want to download the file I have to boot onto Safe-Mode for the file to download properly...This is unacceptable and ridiculous. Thanks.