I've been studying and experimenting with my Kerio 2.1.5 ruleset to tighten things down to IPs and ports where possible, and have found this "possibly" disturbing fact with Superantispyware free. The SUPERAntiSpyware Updater Application executable resides in a Temp folder. This does not seem to be a very good place to put this executable to me, because I (as well as many others I would suspect) every once in a while delete everything in this Temp folder because it can become a growth monster that is on steroids and out of control. The word Temp (temporary) means just that; i.e. not needed soon after it has been born and not important. This shot of the Kerio ruleset shows the rule that is necessary to effect a manual update of SAS. The full path is D:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\SSUPDATE.EXE Is this something that is associated with the free version, and will go away with the full purchased version? or is it the norm in both versions? Either way it seems to be a dangerous place for this executable to live. I'm glad I now know about it, as I will leave it (the executable) alone next time I'm pissed at the temp folders and blow everything away. I am not a programmer/coder person, and I know I have 1% (probably less) knowledge of what goes on in computers, but love to learn what I can. I bring this concern up to see what other views there may be on it, and perhaps to even bring attention to the developers to something that has been overlooked. If my understanding of the purpose of this "Temp" folder is in error, I will gladly accept explanations, but man, nothing permanent should live in a Temp folder as far as I'm concerned at this time. Oh, OS is Windows 2000.