Update Sandboxie 5.14

Discussion in 'Sandboxie (Invincea)' started by MalwareTips Bot, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. MalwareTips Bot

    MalwareTips Bot MT Robot
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    Apr 21, 2016
    Released: Sandboxie 5.14

    - Added new Sbie setting BlockNetworkFiles. It is available under Sandboxie Settings -> Restrictions.
    - When BlockNetworkFiles=y, sandboxed applications are blocked from reading network files or folders. Individual files/folders can be opened for reading/writing using the normal Resource Access settings. This option is enabled by default for new sandboxes.
    - Fixed hang when starting MS Office applications.
    - Eliminated error SBIE2314 Cancelling process xxxx.exe (xxxx / 9)
    - Proxy Auto Config (PAC) files were not functioning in Win 10 Anniversary.
    - Vivaldi is now supported.
    - Fixed the Microsoft Account Sign-in Assistant issues (hotmail.com, outlook.com, etc.)
    - Fixed clipboard copy/paste failure from sandbox to host.
    - Fixed Actual Window Manager.

    Download link: http://www.sandboxie.com/
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