I can't count how many times bugs have been reported in nearly all the products in question. Maybe you should try another OS with full source open to you without the vulnerability you are protecting against?
Or why would you need the antiphish feature turned on in this instance. Your post is something like "Doctor, it hurts when I do this."
Trend Micro Internet Security is a major spyware product and has incompetent software engineers.
I have verified that I received duplicate http request from my home computer running Trend Micro Internet Security on my server. I developed a web based application for Habitat for Humanity and receive duplicate order transactions with identical information except one is from my home computer and the other is from an internet address 126.96.36.199 delayed by somewhere from less than a second to 30 seconds.
After over two months of frustrating efforts to resolve this problem, Trend Micro sent me this response. "Regarding your case, the developers replied back to my request and they have confirmed that the IP address 188.8.131.52 is created when the ?Phishing Filter? feature of the program is turned on. This IP is coming from our in the cloud web reputation server."
The net effect is that every single http transaction is duplicated with no intelligent determination of whether the IP address has already been verified. This doubles the traffic at the server, confuses any traffic reports and is an invasion of privacy. No where in the installation process was any mention made that they were forwarding all of my http requests to there server!!!
After waiting for over a month for a "fix", I have yet to hear from them. My recommendation to everyone out there is to use another security program.