So I finally bit the bullet and installed PrevX Free on my dad's computer. I don't particularly like PrevX's marketing methods (though their ad soup is somewhat less vomit inducing than AVG's), but they seem to have some rather advanced technology - and the only software that can actively scan for and detect infected files on a Win2k system without hogging RAM or slowing things down too much. Even if it doesn't actually protect you when you click on something nasty. But anyway. I installed PrevX Free, and it comes with this thing called SafeOnline. This plugin (?) is supposed to protect personal data and hide keystrokes when doing online shopping, apparently; and the free version, quite obviously, only works for a small number of sites. It seems it has some other features too though - detection of malicious sites apparently being one. Do these extra features work in the free version? If I go to a known bad website with SafeOnline Free installed and running, will e.g. the PrevX tab in the browser's toolbar turn red, or something? Or is this stuff also disabled?