Update Sandboxie 5.16 is now available!

Discussion in 'Sandboxie (Invincea)' started by MalwareTips Bot, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. MalwareTips Bot

    MalwareTips Bot MT Robot
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    Apr 21, 2016
    Released: Sandboxie 5.16

    - Fixed Windows 10 build 14942 "SBIE2205 Service not implemented: SetWindowLong8"
    - Fixed Windows 10-64 build 14965 "SBIE1222 Error with security token: (C00000BB / 35)"
    - Fixed Windows 10-32 build 14971 "SBIE1222 Error with security token: (C0000058 / 62)"
    - Fixed incompatibility with latest Nvidia drivers & DirectX.
    - guard64.dll added to templates.ini for Comodo.
    - In Win 8.1-32, and 10-32, UAC was always checked and grayed in Run Any Program start.exe dialog box.
    - Added OpenWinClass=SWFlash_PlaceHolderX to fix Flash failure to start on some videos.
    - Fixed certificate revocation check error
    - Temporary files are no longer created with copy/paste
    - SbieCtrl now gets Sandboxie updates via https.
    - ActivIdentity (and other manufacturers') secure smart cards (CAC) are now supported
    - Fixed BSOD that can occur if your license has expired and you are using MS Office ClickToRun.
    - Added "Always on Top" option to SbieCtrl View menu. This will keep the SbieCtrl window as the top-most window.
    - Fixed elevated installer failure introduced in 5.14.

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