I didn't want to react, but sorry, it's too tempting...
Quickly: Webroot is a sieve. I proved it enough.
I was already attacked by Webroot fanboy "Yes but you don't know how to test it", "your samples are too fresh" ... mdr
Really... an antivirus software MUST
be able to block ALL
attacks, whether they are known or not. No antivirus protects 100% of course, but I prefer to use an antivirus that will try to protect me than an antivirus that claims to protect me but doesn't.
There is no indication on the samples used, and considering the "good result" it puts forward, it must not be fresh either
(and we don't check for infections with Hitman Pro... it is totally useless against a script or Java infection...)