This isn't an A versus B comparison per se, but I'd rather like to have some comments as of how efficient these programs are in terms of white-listing and anti executable capabilities. I'm trialing SecureAPlus without the AV and so far it has played very well with my Vista machine and queried some benign application not on the white list. The only aspect I don't like is its business model which is yearly subscription. NoVirusthanks EXE Radar seems to be dealing only with white-listing and anti-executable and has a life license model (a definite plus). I'm planning to test it on my Win 8 machine soon. So here it is, any comments will be appreciated. I used in the past Faronics Anti Executable, which was excellent with XP, but awfully buggy with Vista. If I can find a real anti-executable again I might stop using an AV in the future for good.