I've just installed LnS for the first time, and am looking how it works compared to the one I'm used to using. I could use guidance on how to make it behave the way I prefer: 1. How can I make a rule to force applications to ask permission every time they wish to connect not just the first time? I never allow applications blanket access based on a one time only request, I need to be asked every occasion without fail. I trust nothing enough to grant it access forever based on one request, to do so is a threat to security. 2. How do I block out specified IP ranges and domains? I face constant probe/bombard attempts from a certain invasive German ISP and others, which I have locked out by their IP ranges in my current firewall. So how can I achieve this with LnS so they are forbidden access no matter what protocols or ports they use? 3. How do I add specific ports to a blocked list? I have built up an extensive list of these, and wish to do it as I always have? How would I block ports "on the fly" which is my response if a previously unblocked port gets a stream of scans/probes? My rule is - scan that port too much I will lock it up. I never accept the rule of "these ports are generally safe", it is a foolish notion because nothing is safe enough to give blanket trust.