I'm using a relative's computer, to whom I offered my beta key, and I noticed something rather odd with the Identity Shield component. First of all, my relatives uses two web browsers, Google Chrome and Chromium. Both are installed in C:\Program Files. Chromium is updated by manual means; my relative downloads the installer, then extracts the contents to the Desktop and gets a folder named Chrome-bin. After that, it renames it to Chromium and places it in C:\Program Files. My relative added chrome.exe (Chromium's exe) to the Identity Shield Protected Applications, and for some reason Webroot SecureAnywhere adds c:\users\username\desktop\chrome-bin\chrome.exe instead of c:\program files\etc. There's something similar happening with Google Chrome, and that being that it adds chrome_new.exe, instead of chrome.exe. Whenever Google Chrome updates I believe it temporarily creates a new exe named chrome_new.exe. This results in Identity Shield not protecting these web browsers... I believe this to be a bug? I doubt it's by design... lol -edit- For some reason, WSA is associating Chromium with c:\users\username\desktop\chrome-bin\chrome.exe instead of c:\program files\chromium\chrome.exe, because in Execution History, I can see c:\users\username\desktop\chrome-bin\chrome.exe, but not c:\program files\chromium\chrome.exe? This is odd.