No. Those are a completely different set of signatures we are talking about. The cloud based signatures often blacklist entire setups due to the way the system is set up. We don't intend to do that inside EEK or EAM. It simply isn't in our interest to block the installation of the latest Java update for example, simply because it contains the Ask toolbar which the cloud will happily do. Instead we specifically target the PUP installers embedded in those legitimate setups to allow the normal application to install, but block the PUP installation.