Hello to all, I recently installed the latest freeware version of GesWall, and i must say I love how it protects applications and files from changing most system settings on an OS. What I really love is GesWall works in a LUA wheereas Sandboxie wouldn't. My major problem is with files downloaded through firefox which is protected by GesWall. When I use GesWall to protect firefox, I know it flags files that you download as an unsafe application. Of course I found out early that you can't change it to a safe application without buying a Pro license. So my two questions are: 1. How do I make it so that I can use files normally that are tagged "unsafe" by GesWall? For example, I have an antivirus program I want to install but GesWall won't let it install the driver it needs to work properly. I tried right clicking GesWall and disable policy notifications (thinking it would allow me to disable GesWall temporarily so I can install this program, but alas this is nto true. So what can I do to make these files trusted or at the very least so GesWall isn't preventing this program from installing properly? 2. I like using GesWall to isolate firefox when I'm surfing the web, that I think is the strong point of the free version. Is GesWall pretty secure out of the box with it's pre-defined rules? I only ask because I find the rules to be a little daunting and I wouldn't dare change them. So I'm hoping the default rules are secure and will prevent malware from installing. If someone could assist me I'd truly appreciate it.