Rather basic protection, tries to stop browser hijackers from doing their thing, eg, stopping unwanted bhos, active x installations etc. Won't protect you against exploits or rootkits or for that matter anything physically replacing browser dlls or injecting into the process itself.
Doesn't do any harm to have it installed but there are much better protections available and the interface is really basic, for people who don't know dll from cnn
Thanks for the link, I'll have to give that a try myself, especially as several people on here have said good things about it Doesn't appear to protect against the more obscure legacy exploits though, do people still exploit the likes of WMF, Quicktime etc (on older unpatched OS), but then again, why would it. If you're silly enough to be using out of date unpatched versions of those software no anti-exploit protection will be able to help you, except maybe a virtual machine, in which case it will just be like a bad dream that you can reboot and wake up from gasping and panting (and hopefully googling for hotfixes and patches)...
Apologies I'm rambling, thanks for the link anyway