I see. So my post, which you quoted, is obviously sheer nonsense, right? And whatever a developer says must be true, right? So if I see something on TV, or on the internet, or read it in a newspaper ad, it must be true, right? Good grief! HMP does not run real-time. It runs when the user initiates a scan. THAT is "on-demand." A fly swatter & a bug spray work differently but they are both "anti-bug". HMP certainly is not PRO-virus. If it detects a virus, HMP does not act in a friendly way. Instead it acts ANTI-that virus. THAT is "anti-virus." Or AV. Or "anti-malware". Upload a file to VirusTotal. Bear witness to the fact that VirusTotal uses a list of dozens & dozens of AVs, all of them competing for the same market as HMP's market. Marketing 101 teaches that you must show (again & again) how your product differs from all its competitors' products -- in a superior, never-before discovered way. In HMP's case, that is mostly a valid claim. It is also valid for many of HMP's competitors. IMO, critiqueing my post by quoting a developer's marketing hyperbole is not productive to meaningful discussion.