Assume I have 2 drives C and D. Assume that my drive D is my backup drive and data drive. On drive D I have my folder called Backups and in that folder I have my Acronis Backups of C. Now assume that I have shadow defender made to shadow C and D. I presume that all of the real-time backups that Acronis makes of C and places it into D will be deleted once I reboot the computer due to it being shadowed? So in order to save the real-time backups I will have to exclude the Backups folder on drive D from being shadowed? Now assume while shadowed and with Backups folder excluded assume that I get hit by a crypto malware. The malware is known to encrypt everything that's connected to the PC. So now the malware will also encrypt the Backups folder. Now I reboot the PC and it all goes back to normal (because it was shadowed) except for the Backups folder which is now encrypted by the malware. Is that correct? SO how do I use Shadow Defender and still keep my constant backups?