Any experts out there have the answer to this? There are two exe files in ewido security suite, SecuritySuite.exe and updater.exe. I have both of them in Program Protection. Every time I do an update (and that is very often), I get the following entry in my PG log:- [P] c:\program files\ewido\securitysuite\updater.exe.temp  tried to gain WRITE access on c:\program files\ewido\securitysuite\securitysuite.exe  I have SecuritySuite.exe with Allow privileges Write, Terminate, Suspend, Set Info and on updater.exe Allow privileges of Write. (Do not know if this is the correct way to go about it, would appreciate advice about what Allow privileges should be set?). The point here is that the exe that tries to write to SecuritySuite.exe is a TEMP file (updater.exe.temp) and as such is not in Program protection. It would appear then, that this is the way ewido do their downloads and that there is no answer to stopping the above log entry of the updater.exe.temp trying to Write. Does anybody else have this problem and does anybody know how to stop this happening?