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No, but it does use the same excellent heuristics used by the scanner which allows it to frequently detect new and unknown infections as well as the extremely proactive malicious website blocking mechanism which prevents your system from connecting to any known malware servers' IP's that reside in our block list.

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If I understand the definition of a behavior blocker correctly, then WinPatrol does not qualify as one either. It is more of a system monitor/startup manager. A behavior blocker (I believe) would be like a HIPS program that uses definitions to look for behaviors that are similar to known malware, similar to what Kaspersky has in their security products.

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