Sorry for the ignorance, but what EBS would be?3. Dedicated extension (EBS (...)
It can also be useful for privacy. If you always browse inside the sandbox, all the browsing history will be deleted when closing the sandbox.
I guess sandox could change your machine fingerprint to.With Sandboxie, you can manually delete when you finish browsing, or even set it up to do that automatically, if you wish. But with ReHIPS, it will maintain browsing history from session to session. There is no special mechanism to delete it, at least, not in the current version of ReHIPS. I think they are working on it, though.
Sandboxie is dead, so nothing much to discuss.In another subject, what is the difference between Sandboxie/ReHIPS and Windows new sandbox mode (from the May Update)? What would be the advantages in using one or another? And what is the difference in using these methods or a fully virtualized machine (or they already are a fully virtualized system?)
Tyvm!!Sandboxie is dead, so nothing much to discuss.
The only serious one left is rehips.
The difference is with Rehips you have:
- an Application Control module (anti-exe)
- uses Windows mechanism via hardened users profiles. So better compatibility with softs. No permanent updates required like with Sandboxie.
- by default, sandboxed apps opens in virtual desktop (This can be changed to work on main desktop).
- more granular settings and restrictions.
- the Dev is a paranoid but very helpful to solve issues (on his forum).
REHIPS. (less intuitively than Sbie, sure, until next build)
Actually I excluded Rollback RX since I read somewhere that it deactivates TRIM on SSD.
REHIPS. (less intuitively until next build)
With the next upgrade of Windows 10 coming very soon Sandboxie will probably be broken, if not this one. The next then. Useless to mention an abandoned product.
Sophos is going to have a fix for it Sandboxie 5.31.4 is dead - Sandboxie Forum - Sandboxie - Sophos Community so not completely dead,
It does not survive a reboot. It is for one-time testing of new software, in an out-of-the-box Windows environment. It is no good for continued use, so it is not comparable to ReHIPS or Sandboxie.