I am running kaspersky antivirus 2009, realtime protection disabled, the only protection module I run realtime is the proactive defense, which is not h.i.p.s. but rather like a behavior analyzer geared towards detection of malicious behavior. The other day I got infected with a myriad of viruses due to installing a program with an infected .exe, it had micro antivirus 2009, as well as about 35 different trojans bound to it. mwbam couldn't clean it, I finally cleaned it by booting into another snapshot and running superantispyware, but the viruses busted some system components in the snapshot, and I wound up sinking it and restoring from an archive. Entire point being,though I didn't have kaspersky's realtime file monitor enabled, shouldn'tve it's proactive defense have detected and possibly stopped this infection? Thoughts?