Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Overkill, Apr 6, 2013.
I was wondering how does this compare to sbie or bufferzone?
Isn,t it dead? It was really very nice.
I'm pretty sure it went the way of Drive Sentry and others.
To be honest with Comodo offering so much I can't see much room (in paid market) for other solutions besides some great names (Sandboxie and DefenseWall when Ilya makes a DWx64 version).
Recap Comodo versus others
Comodo - Bufferzone
Sharing ability to auto-sandbox, BZ on signed+whitelisted trusted publishers, CIS6 on a trusted publisher base, or self controlled list as explained in this thread: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=339661
Comodo - SafeSpace
They also share the option to virtualise programs and exclude folders, only safespace offered it in the paid (the same way Bufferzone's virtualised mail programs)
Comodo - Spyshelter's restricted mode/Appguard's/GeSWall protection
Comodo's options Limited/Restricted/Untrusted are pre-set, only more granular than Spyshelter and with more options as AppGuard (pretecting against more attack vectors). When these Comodo pre-sets are combined with virtualisation it offers the strong combo of policy containment and virtualisation like GesWall (the redirect option in GeSwall).
Comodo - Sandboxie
Full virtualisation comparable to Sandboxie, only without the solid trackrecord and reputation of Sandboxie (Comodo has a lesser build quality and porer release quality reputation as Sandboxie), but since it is based on their forté (a FW with HIPS) I think the vast legion of Comodo Fanboys will post you-tube movies of glorious dragon moments (to show it is "as good" as the real thing).
So indeed a swiss army knive IMO
I just heard about it today, darnit oh well thanks
Glad it's an opinion. But is off topic. Stay on topic of this thread which is Safespace.
Safespace. was even better than greenborder ohhhh memories
Maybe why safespace domain is for sale, see pic
They officially ceased development on it quite a while ago, but it worked nicely and might still work depending on the OS. Unfortunately I couldn't find a site that still has it up for download. Does anyone have a live link?
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