i mentioned this issue in earlier posts, in earlier threads.. prevx's realtime-protection is still failing me.. when i extract the "trojansimulator" files and run "trojansimulator.exe", prevx's realtime-protection does not flag it! what is strange is that, when i run other programs, on my computer, prevx scan's the files that are loaded by the programs, but not when i run the "trojansimulator.exe" file.. why doesn't it scan the "trojansimulator.exe" file? i really have no way of knowing if prevx's realtime-protection works or not.. i only know that it fails when i try testing it with the trojansimulator files.. i am running prevx build 126.96.36.199.. build 188.8.131.52 failed too.. prevx said that they fixed this problem.. when i saw that it wasn't fixed, in build 184.108.40.206, after prevx said that it was fixed, i gave up on prevx.. but, after trying other antimalware programs and finding problems with them, i am back to using prevx.. the original version of prevx, before "safeonline" was mixed into the mess, seemed to work, but not the newer versions.. has anyone ever seen prevx's realtime protection actually flag anything? the "on-demand" scanner works.. the trojansimulator files are flagged when running a manual "on-demand" scan, but they are not flagged by prevx's realtime-protection.. again, has anyone ever seen prevx's realtime-protection actually function as it is supposed to, flagging anything that it was supposed to flag? uhg! so, again, i am dumping prevx (for now) since its realtime-protection seems to be perfectly useless.. i don't need useless programs like prevx running on my computer when they are not doing anything but using up my computer's resources, needlessly.. has anyone ever seem prevx's realtime-protection actually function the way that it is supposed to, flagging files, with its realtime-protection? i don't know why prevx cannot get this right.. it is real simple.. run the trojansimulator files.. watch prevx's realtime-protection fail to function.. fix the problem.. prevx should shut down everything until they can figure out how to get the program to function the way that it is supposed to..