Query to BlackFog Support and Wilderssecurity experts: I have been reviewing posts for some time now on this site and feel privileged to see such a wealth of information on computer and internet security, and have decided to join and participate, as I have a pertinent question pertaining to the new anti-ransom software BlackFog that was recently introduced and that already has drawn substantial comment and useful and informative technical advice from both the developer and from Wilders technical expert readership. As an attorney, in solo practice, I have to be my own IT Department and have become adept at least with the basics of keeping my computer humming and, hopefully, secure. I have, through the years, tried many different security software solutions, keeping some and dispensing with others as time and circumstance and progress and change both with my computer needs and with software development continue. I downloaded and installed BlackFog "trial" a few days ago. The installation proceeded without a hitch and seemed to be working well on my computer although I am informed that, with the trial version, some features (I don't know which) are not functional. My problem is getting BF to recognize the ADOBE suite of applications. I attempted to create a universal whitelist for ADOBE, but find that ADOBE CREATIVE won't sync and some fonts won't load, with BF installed so I received warnings from ADOBE. I know the issue I am having rests with BF because the problem started when I installed BF and the problem resolved itself upon uninstallation of the product. I would like to use BF, though, as part of my security arsenal as it seems, from what I am reading, to promise very good protection from Phishing and Ransomware. Now that ADOBE and many other internet software companies are moving more and more frequently toward CLOUD computing, and, as ADOBE has several services that are constantly calling home from my computer, how do I configure BF (if it is possible) to recognize that ADOBE is a "friendly" (as much as any major information technology company can be) so that I don't have BF, behind the scenes, blocking what I am sure is incessant ADOBE communication traffick back and forth from my computer to home? There is obviously some convenience in not having to bother with a continuous and complex hands-on approach to the configuration of security software as was the case with many early HIPS programs, and may still be with some, but the downside is that I don't know what BF is doing that is creating a glitch in obviously massive chatter between my computer and ADOBE home. By the way, I do use ADOBE ACROBAT extensively and find its word processing PDF features extremely useful and a great complement to MS OFFICE. So my Love/Hate relationship with ADOBE, as with MS, must continue. Advice would be sincerely appreciated. Thank you.