Hi all, I used to run NOD32, before I moved over to Kaspersky around a year ago. I saw that NOD32 released a new version, and as my licence was due to expire, I thought I'd come back and use NOD32. I only moved away to try something different, but NOD32 always ran more smoothly for me, hence my return. Unfortunately, since I installed it last night, I have had a problem. My systems are Windows XP SP2, Zonealarm Pro 7 (latest version) and NOD32 v3 (latest version). Several web sites (Hotmail, CIX, etc...) now seem to lose track of their login cookies, which results in either not being able to login, or being kicked out when I navigate within one of those sites. When I disable HTTP checking within NOD32, then everything works fine. Just to say that everything was working fine before I installed NOD32 on three different machines, so the obvious common factor seems to be NOD32. I would appreciate any light that can be shed regarding this issue. I have scoured the internet, and many links end-up at these forums, but the only conclusions I can draw is that there is a conflict between the two programs (some people seem to indicate issues, others don't appear to have any issues). The only reason I am posting here is that the experience seems to be within these forums, so I'm sure this issue has already been discovered somewhere, and I'm hoping someone can push me in the best direction. Also, these issues have only arisen after installing the latest NOD32 on systems which have always used ZoneAlarm Pro. Thanks in advance for anyone's assistance. P.S. I have always blocked cookies within ZAPRO (and IE / FireFox), and then enabled them for specific sites.