Because of a topic posted here, I was checking out comodo's sandbox. While I am not a fan of comodo products myself, it never hurts to re-evaluate Here is a link that is quite interesting if you are into this sort of thing https://forums.comodo.com/defense-sandbox-help-cis/introduction-to-the-5x-sandbox-t61169.0.html I find it interesting at how comodo decide to approach sandboxing. Sandboxie has been out for so long, and really IMO the undisputed leader in sandboxing, that I am by now fairly familiar with what it will and will not do. Comodo seems to have hybridized the approach. Good or bad, who really knows, at least I don't. When I think of a sandbox, I think of a real world sandbox, where I build my castles and things, and when I am done, I rake it flat, no trace left. The purpose of the sandbox is to keep the sand where it belongs, in the box and out of the yard. Sandboxie is just what I think of. It keeps things where it belongs, and for the most part you can do anything you want within it. The only time sand escapes the box is if you allow it to by making an exception. Comodo though seems to use a sandbox in a large degree like I expect, but allows quite a few different "gates" to the yard. Some gates allow direct access to the real system, others only allow partial access depending on options. Also in the comodo sandbox, you cannot apparently build anything you want, as some things are either not allowed to be built, or are just not kept in the sandbox. Again, not really good or bad, just different. I myself have not used comodo's sandbox. It is quite tempting to, just to see how it does things. My past experience with comodo products though are that they are very pop-up happy and require a lot of hand-holding on my part to maintain. As well, for my likings they have always been very resource intensive. Of course, things do change, and that might be the case. I am deciding if I really want to put an internet suite on my machine, even if it is only for testing. Maybe if they released a stand-alone sandbox it might be more convincing. Anyway, nothing major here, just rambling out loud. Maybe others have infos to add or might be interested to check something out they have not yet messed with. Sul.