It is not the same as auto-sandbox. It will work when you click the shortcut, but if some process will start the browser executable or HTML file, then the browser will start unsandboxed.You can put Sandboxed browser shortcut with Sandboxie, can this be a workaround for always using the browser sandboxed?
I meant I can ask shade to always sandbox the browser when I click it.
Not that auto sandbox like Comodo! I don't need it no thanks
Thanks for clarifying! Thats indeed a big plus over Sandboxie free.It is not the same as auto-sandbox. It will work when you click the shortcut, but if some process will start the browser executable or HTML file, then the browser will start unsandboxed.
So Comodo Cloud AV is significantly better than CFW, CIS etc in terms of not giving headache?Don't want to steal this thread, but you made me curious about Comodo Cloud (with Sandbox). For a program of Comodo which has been released for over two years it is surprisingly stable (it only hangs when I try to update it ). After some time playing with it I noticed that the order of entering sandbox rules determines the auto-sandbox logic (in this case automatically FF is sandboxed, rules are processed from top to bottom) When I would add Chrome after Program Files it would not be sandboxed.
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