Having installed and read Trusteer Rapport's FAQs regarding the level of protection, it states that Rapport's access control policies are set by your bank (http://www.trusteer.com/support/en/about-rapport - under How is Rapport different from my top-notch Internet Security suite?).
It also states that it protects a user when accessing websites such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc and I presume also websites such as SuperUser, etc if I select to protect my login details. However it is unclear how it protects the user if the control policies are set by an organization that is a partner of Trusteer and when the user browses to a site that is not a partner e.g. SuperUser.com?
Would anyone know how it works with non-partner websites as well as how much security is offered?