Under the Internet browsers setup item, there are a couple of paragraphs before the list of applications that can be checked. The last sentence of the first paragraph says: "If an application is not marked as a web browser, data transfer may not be scanned". MAY? What are some example cases where it wouldn’t be scanned if I have Re-time file system protection enabled? Is it just a matter of it potentially getting scanned prior to the file being created instead of after? If so, is that a big deal as long as the Real-time scanner detects it? Right now, I have Web access protection enabled but no applications checked in the Web browser's list. If I download a file from the Internet or even just sit and refresh Internet Explorer sitting on the Yahoo website, the File system protection counter will increment. If I try again after checking iexplorer.exe, the Web access protection counter will also increment. Is this the same data being scanned twice; once by the HTTP scanner, then by the Real-time file system protection scanner? Is there a value to this “double” scan where one may find something that the other doesn’t?