No problem, I don't know 100% how ZAM Real-time works under the hood so I didn't want to give you a partial answer. What I am sure is when you see a window that Zemana blocked a harmful file, that is a 99.99% malicious file. How ZAM determines it, is what I don't know. It could be a cloud engine detection, behavior detection or Pandora detection (that has many checks whether some file is good or bad), but again I am not competent to answer that question.No worries. Thanks for the info.
Nice report From my testing Zemana does pretty well but yeah it doesn't pick up everything...View attachment 131620
Zemana Antimalware with Pandora.pdf