is apparently a little more involved than what's been discussed so far (at least that I've read on all the forums involved). I just updated my "lists" and started checking for "NOD" and "ESET" and "eset" listings in the "P2P" list (provided by Bluetack) - there are a LOT (*52) of "ESET" or "eset" listings, whose only purpose appears to be to prevent users of Bluetack lists (including PeerGuardian users) from being able to contact any address associated with Eset (at least if the user of the blocklist blocks http, which is what PeerGuardian suggests as the default). Check it out for yourself (I could be wrong) - use the "Search", "Find Next" function on, FI, PeerGuardian's "P2P" blocklist (I can't find a way to c&p the individual entries found on that list). This is sad. Pete *There are at least 52 "nod" listings, also.