It's just a sandbox. From the screenshot of their site, it's misleading, as there is no anti-malware scanner.
think I run a malware inside sandboxu.it is clear to me that this is just a sandbox. .-))
Website is misleading, it reads: "Get FREE Anti-Malware Protection" and "SHADE Anti-Malware".Yes it is , it is what they said, they never claimed to be a scanner
I disagree.So it let install toolbars in sandboxed browser, but does the toolbars and others addons are kept when exited?
If it block malwares to infect the real system, so it is an anti-malware.
looking forward for your testInteresting to have a new player in terms of virtualization, so it should only take more time to be mature in order other programs to run them smoothly under the sandbox condition.
I might give this a test in upcoming weeks.
Already have Shadow Defender... manual, as simple as it can get, long-standing track-record of being rock-solid...Shade is a manual sandbox, pure and simple; essentially Sandboxie without the configuration options (which I feel on the whole is a very good thing). It is actually rather elegant in its simplicity.
Unfortunately, for all of us - from novice to techno geek, there are no One Click solutions in life.But how many users actually understand SB enough to configure it correctly? Although personally I'm not a fan of manual sandboxes (a wrong decision invariably ends in tears), I prefer simplicity over complexity when the protection levels are similar.