Using the latest version of NOD, and I am using a paid for commercial version for Windows XP SP2 with all the latest updates. Using IE as my browser in high efficiency mode. I have been using NOD for about about two weeks now. I have noticed a few times that I get pages that look like the screen shot that is pictured below. Here is the Ebay item that I am talking about that is generating random characters. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=37808&item=5557023655&rd=1 I clicked and went back on the above link at least 10 times, and the only thing loading was the garbled mess. I disable IMON, and it opens correctly first time. Go back and forth opening and closing, and the page loads fine with IMON disabled. Turn IMON back on, and the page will not load again even though I think it should be cached in my temp internet files. Finally, I just decided to set IE in high compatibility mode, and the web page would open correctly. With IMON in high efficiency mode, the page would not load correctly. Can somebody test the Ebay link that I posted to see if it happens with their browser? I was logged in to Ebay at the time, so I don't know if it matters or not. Like I mentioned earlier, I have seen the random characters before while doing general surfing during the last couple of weeks, so I am thinking it's not a coincidence, but I have been wrong before.