I have now had my copy of ESET NOD32 (now version 5) for over a year .. first time I've ever paid for virus support without complaint! I've watched as it has caught and/or avoided more than a few nasty things (including more than one Trojan), so I trust it completely. Consequently, when I get a message from ESET like this: "Access to the web page was blocked by ESET NOD32 Antivirus. The web page is on the list of websites with potentially dangerous content." I tend to thankfully scramble away. However, when I received this message recently from a tutorial website offering polymer clay color palette recipes, I was a bit boggled. And I could find no additional information about what the potentially dangerous content might be. I'm tempted to override the warning, but I've spent my share of wasted hours cleaning crap off my laptop and am hesitant to do so .. but I would REALLY like to access these recipes. Is there a way to discover the reason behind this warning? There are a ton of these recipes .. I've tried accessing five or six and get the same message every time. Here's an example of one of URLs: http://www.googleadservices.com/pag...110880893&nm=2&nx=327&ny=32&clkt=264&jca=4414 Any suggestions??