Why, when it supposedly "detects a threat", does it NOT tell you what that threat is? Also, why don't files that you ask it to kill and quarantine NEVER show up in the detected threats NOR the quarantine list? Does it just not like my system or what the heck is wrong with this supposed "great security addition"? What good is a security app that just kills/deletes/quarantines whatever it pleases and then doesn't even bother to tell you why it did it? I'm not especially good with trying to figure what's bad and what's good, but I also don't want some program deciding for me and not at least give me a general idea of what the problem is. This is at least the 4th time I've tried this program out, maybe it's good, I don't know, all I do know is when it's installed, my system noticeably slows and the program just does whatever the heck it wants to. I posted this mostly as a rant but also in the hopes maybe someone could give an idea of why it acts like it's keeping national security secrets every time it detects something. Edit: Well, I found out why it did it, though only by starting up Internet Explorer afterward. After removing what was deemed to be a safe program by Avira, SAS Pro and checking the EULA against EULA Analyzer, I found that the program damn near destroyed Internet Explorer. Luckily the files remained in the Recycle Bin and since restoring them it SEEMS to be working fine again. I still stand by my rant though, Threatfire could have told me a hell of a lot more than just "detected malicious behavior, allow/quarantine".