Survivor Thank you for that link with the idea by Filippo Bruno. That's actually the same thread at the Sophos forums that I provided a link to in my last post above. I was also actually a poster in that same thread. Although Filippo's idea was a good one, I tried it at the time and was not able to make it work for me. Also, I am not familiar enough with SB to know, but even if it did work, I am not sure the level of isolation that would result would be any better than not sandboxing at all. I'd need to understand it better in order to use that technique. Whistlebird "I am a little confused. Some of you are using 5.33.6 or a derivative of that number. David states that his version 5.42.1 fixes some vulnerabilities in that last version, so I opted to install this one to address those issues. Shouldn't his version be the better one or is it compatibility problems?" This is not a comment specifically about David's fork, but just in general. A newer version of a program does not necessarily mean a "better" version. Sometimes newer versions can introduce new bugs, or eliminate previous features that may render them "worse" than the old version for some or all users. Again, I am NOT saying this specifically about David's fork or about v5.42.1 of SB Plus. I cannot comment on these as I know little about them.