Searching topics about the trial period, i found that while LnS doesn't show the remaining days in the trial, one can count the days by checking the installation date from the date LnS folder was created. What if a person tested the product for 10 days, uninstalled it, and installed it again after 15 days. Naturally, the folder was deleted, and the original installation date is now unknown and lost. How does one know there is only 5 days remaining? Or is this a possible way to trial the product forever, by reinstalling LnS every 29 days? Considering the ruleset can be exported, and the rest of LnS configuration is fast and easy, wouldn't this be far too obvious to exploit? Also, does LnS announce it's trial period to be over the moment it expires, or does the application filtering simply and silently stop working? +edit: The Welcome-page of LnS shows statistics, but it seems "bytes handled in downlink" gets reset every 4 gigabytes. Why? Not that it's overly important, just that it keeps recycling the stats on a 100mbit line pretty often. Would be nice if it didn't.