Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by Buster_BSA, May 4, 2020.
When analyzing pdf files
BSAtest5 No error is sent temporarily
I will try the latter
There is no problem in the later versions. I will install another operating system and try again. What is the cause of this bug?
Ok. I test it
BSATest-NoMouseMovement_rar is no problem, but the next two downloads are stuck.
Just tested it. No errors were reported in the three versions. I will continue testing
Released Buster Sandbox Analyzer 1.90 Beta 4 fixing the "System Error. Code: 5".
This rare problem may be caused by a security feature in the OS. Probably the desktop of the computer having problems was created with restricted access, so when BSA tries to use the "SetCursorPos" function, the OS denies the operation and reports the system error code 5.
Try this version and let me know if it works fine and the error is not showed anymore, please.
Glad to hear problem is solved.
I guess video can not be played when analysis is too short. Just check in "REPORT.TXT" how long was the "Analysis duration".
Command line to record videos is always the same so it's not a problem in BSA.
I suggest you use your own video recorder.
Released Buster Sandbox Analyzer 1.90 Beta 5.
The only change in this version is the Sandboxie version required to run BSA. From version 1.90 Beta 5, Sandboxie 5.46.0 is the minimun version required.
Released Buster Sandbox Analyzer 1.91.
+ "Check For Updates" feature is working again.
Really struggling to get BSA going with the only thing holding me
back is an error msg when starting BSE.exe " Sandboxie could not be found, try running BSA
with admin rights!". I have latest Sandboxie plus 0.5.5 and followed the install instructions
to the best of my ability. I cannot get BSA to show a gui and yes I have installed Winpcap.
I see where I need to paste a path - but without the app opening, I don't know how to do it.
Any tip would be appreciated!
Seems there is a bug in Sandboxie:
There you have a solution to fix the issue.
What protocol is BSA open source based on?
Thanks Buster, this tool is a life-saver, and I rely on it all the time. I'm really surprised there haven't been others that have made a tool such as this. Really appreciate the work you do on it!
There is other public malware behaviour analyzer named Cuckoo Sandbox.
Separate names with a comma.