I was using Defensewall HIPS with chat program "Pidgin" and with logging enabled so that I can always read past chat sessions. I notice that Pidgin creates a .txt file every time a chat session finishes, and thus creates a new file, which I presume Defensewall keeps within its sandbox (since I am running Pidgin as untrusted). My question is whether these Pidgin created .txt log files will stay put until I delete them myself, or whether Defensewall will eventually get rid of them and without my knowing? Thanks for any replies. Another question I have is regarding software updating while using Defensewall HIPS. For example, how do I update Firefox 3.0.6 to 3.0.7 smoothly when Firefox asks to update it automatically? Isn't Firefox untrusted and thus cannot modify the files on the system, and thus cannot update? Would I then have to download 3.0.7 manually myself, and run it as trusted? Seems a little bit of an inconvenience?