inzane

New Member
I thought this was hilarious:

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Lol, do not use boxie for nuclear missile :ROFLMAO:

Anyway, would you recommend this software? I was searching some sort of free, lightweight sandbox, like Tinywall is for firewall but to isolate Firefox from random crap, is this it?
 

security123

Level 24
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If you want a sandbox you can use many ways:
Windows sandbox
Virtual machine / Hyper-V

But if you care about specially sandboxing the browser, you should just use a browser which do it by default like Chromium and also Chrome and new Edge.

Personally I wouldn't trust in this software as it's integrate itself in the system (driver) and now is owned by new guys.
 

inzane

New Member
If you want a sandbox you can use many ways:
Windows sandbox
Virtual machine / Hyper-V

But if you care about specially sandboxing the browser, you should just use a browser which do it by default like Chromium and also Chrome and new Edge.

Personally I wouldn't trust in this software as it's integrate itself in the system (driver) and now is owned by new guys.
VM machine to browse the internet is a bit overkill...
Chromium, lacks all the nice addons from Firefox
My version of Windows is 1809 so no sandbox

So there is no sandbox you can trust?
 

security123

Level 24
Verified
VM machine to browse the internet is a bit overkill...
Chromium, lacks all the nice addons from Firefox
My version of Windows is 1809 so no sandbox

So there is no sandbox you can trust?
If a VM is overkill, use Hyper-V

Which add-ons did you miss? Most can be easily replaced

Wo why just don't upgrade to latest windows version? It doesn't make sense to use outdated versions.
 

silversurfer

Level 63
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Trusted
Content Creator
Malware Hunter
Sandboxie is now open-source, the new developer is one of the former developers from Invincea/Sophos, more details below:
Hello fellow Sandboxie enthusiasts. I think it's about time I introduce myself to this forum. I am Tom, one of the principal kernel developers that worked on Sandboxie for Invincea and Sophos for about 5 years. My main focus was to support windows 10 and various modernization enhancements like the 64 bit re-architecture (back in version 4.x a few years ago) among many others. Yes, I'm the guy that introduced Sandboxie to windows 10 and 64 bit chrome. And I supported all the fast ring versions up to the previous one or two. Curt took over that job when I left Sophos about 9 months ago.

I'm here to say that Sandboxie is not going away anytime soon. I can at least volunteer my efforts to support the windows 10 fast ring for the future versions of windows and other “hard issues” with various browsers. I plan to post fixes here: sandboxie/sandboxie. And hopefully, with the help of others we can keep Sandboxie alive and well for years to come.

Source: Sandboxie Acquired by Invincea
 
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