I'm curious as to the methodology Webroot uses to whitelist applications and their components. This question has arisen because of a program I have used for quite a while: Directory Opus. Now, DOpus has been around for over twenty years, first on the Amiga and now on Windows. Yet whenever I switch to a beta version, Webroot always sets the same two components to 'Monitor' under System Tools > System Control > Control Active Processes. I can understand beta versions being set to 'Monitor' temporarily as the MD5 hash has changed, but is there no way for a program (and its components), such as DOpus, to be white-listed permanently?