So recently my internet started acting up. Facebook wouldn't load photos and pages kept hanging. On top of this Firefox started being jumpy from time to time with scrolling + lots of tabs open on some websites. I'd seen this kinda behavior before and had never been able to put my finger on it. Then it finally occurred to me. Things had been fine up until I'd installed NOD32. I flicked up the NOD32 control panel and managed to find "web access protection" listed. Seriously, why the **** does an anti-virus need this? This isn't the first anti-virus I've stopped using because of internet protection features. The purpose of anti-virus software is to prevent, detect, and remove malware - not do anything else, and sadly companies just can't seem to understand this nowadays. It seems security software has caused me more trouble than its worth. This is the last time I will be using NOD32. The program has been uninstalled from my computer (and stuff like facebook is working fine again). Luckily I never seem to get viruses anyway (because I'm not a complete dweeb when it comes to surfing), So I won't bother looking for another AV package. I hope this serves as a suggestion to the people that program NOD32 if they read threads on here.