I already checked the wiki but couldn't really find an answer.
POL allows a sytem wide execution of .exe files.
Once the .exe file runs, it has access to my whole /home/ folder and can run in the backround for as long as it wants.
I want to limit that by only allowing the .exe files I have already installed & configured in POL.
That way, if I accidentily download/run a malware .exe file, it won't be able to access my /home/ partition or even start.
Naturally any .exe file I run with wine will try to create a new "wineprefix" in .wine. So I changed the permission of .wine for only root being allowed to create/modify its content. Now wine can't run any new .exe file anymore.
I thought I could do the same with POL?
Create all wineprefixes in .PlayOnLinux and then disallow the creation of new wineprefixes in Linux (if that is somehow possible)?