Inspired by a post from the amazing Clone Ranger (http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=283335), I decided to test Sandboxie configured with Eraser to see if it actually wiped all of the web surfing remnents. And guess what? It did not. I have not tried it with Directory Snoop yet, but I did try it with Recuva. The first thing that I did was wipe my hard drive. I then ran Recuva and enabled deep scan. I scanned for images just to verify that there were none there.....at least none that were dectectable by Recuva. None were present. I opened my sandboxed web browser, Firefox, and went to Google images. I searched for John Lennon, Frank Zappa, Marilyn Manson, and Sponge Bob. I then closed Sandboxie and deleted the sandbox. I have Sandboxie configured with Eraser and I see the red X in the system tray when I delete the sandbox while Eraser performs its wiping function. I then ran Recuva and enabled deep scan, (which takes a long time with a 650 G hard drive that is empty), and the results? Every single image that I searched for was there, plus a whole bunch of images that I did not remember seeing. I guess I have misunderstood what Eraser actually wipes when the sandbox is deleted. I was under the impression that it wiped everything. So exactly what does eraser wipe when the sandbox is deleted?