When I do an actual "On-Demand" scan of my system, it picks up "not-a-virus:AdWare.Win32.Comet.be" in the file "eMusicDownloadManagerBundle.exe," which is a file you get from eMusic.com for downloading their mp3's.
However, this file can actually be executed without ZASS complaining even though the "On-Access" scan is enabled.
I'm not sure what to make of this.
If
ZASS sees this adware during a manual scan, shouldn't it ALSO see it when actually RUNNING the file?
If I turn off the "Extended database" option, the file is not seen as a problem by either type of ZASS scan.
Does the "Extended database" only work on
"On-Demand" scans?

Regardless of whether or not this is actually adware (which seems somewhat doubtful), shouldn't ZASS still detect it when the exe is run?
Thanks,
Larry