VoodooShield will not add msiexec.exe from the system 32 directory to it's whitelist. I can select to allow it infinite times, and it will still block it each time it tries to run again. I also can select learning mode, and it will not add it to the whitelist using learning mode either. Also hkcmd can not be added to the whitelist using the same methods I just described above. I believe hkcmd is used by intel chip sets, and has to do with ones graphics card. VoodooShield is blocking both msiexec.exe, and hkcmd very frequently. Also, I do not see an option to save VS logs from within the UI. I also browsed VS folder at C:\ Programs\VoodooShield, and I did not locate VS's log file there as well. At that point I was questioning myself exactly how VS saves it's logs, and in what type of file. I had to take a screen shot instead of uploading the log file.