I have been getting numerous application error messages since I installed PrivacyKeyboard. This compels me to reboot my computer frequently. I am aware that PrivacyKeyboard is indeed the culprit because, once I stop the program from running, I have no further problem with the running of any other software office app, security program or otherwise. I have been able to configure ProcessGuard and Anti-Executable relatively easy so that the programs recognize friendly apps and do not attempt to block them from running. Indeed, Anti-Executable does an initial scan of all files, during install, and automatically places them in a protected list. ProcessGuard like RegDefend gives prompts and, so, alerts me to the need to provide the app with the necessary rights. PrivacyKeyboard, when starting up, ostensibly detects apps that require maximum use of all computer functions in order to operate and places them in the "auto-detect module" list. However, I find the list of auto-detected apps few and far between. And, when a program does not run because PrivacyKeyboard prevents it from running, I never get a prompt or error message from the program but, rather, a windows application error message, and I find that, inevitably, I must manually add the execution file to the White list to avoid the wrath of PKB and the annoyance of an MS error message. This, however, is a time-consuming and tedious process. Thus, my query. Does anyone, who happens to use PrivacyKeyboard, know of a way to add .exe files to the White Protection List enmass? Note: I tried to get some assistance from Raytown Corp. -- the Company that developed and manufactures the program, but I always find myself talking to a receptionist, with a thick and peculiar accent, who invariably and disturbingly, knows less about the products that the Company manufactures than I do and cannot or will not direct me to support staff. Wilders Security has helped me in the past numerous times in resolving many other abstruse computer software issues and, indeed, gave me the confidence to install and utilize such security software gems as ProcessGuard, WormGuard, RegDefend et al. As I am a licensed attorney in sole practice, I must be my own IT staff. This is my first post to Wilders. Thank you in advance for your kind assistance.