From the SafeOnline vs. leaktests thread "SafeOnline will provide full protection on 32bit operating systems. On 64bit operating systems, SafeOnline relies on the layered protection of Prevx 3.0 for blocking known screen grabbers and clipboard stealers. This is because of fundamental architectural differences in 64bit operating systems preventing modifications to the "shadow service descriptor table" because of PatchGuard. We are planning a workaround for this, but it will still have some reliance on the antimalware components." Does this mean that SafeOnline currently adds little (except cost) on 64bit operating systems? What will still not work after the workaround? Does this mean one would be safer using a 32bit operating system?