Dell Kace Secure Browser

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by Uitlander, Jan 17, 2015.

  1. Uitlander

    Uitlander Registered Member

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    Just saw this mentioned on a thread here (forgot where). There was a download link given, but its DOA. I went Google searching, but no success. Can I assume that this browser is defunct, or is there a download site still working that I failed to find?
     
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  3. sdmod

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    I don't know how secure it is or all the ins and outs of the sandbox but I quite like it. I use xp sp3 ntfs 32 bit
    I'd be happy if anyone has any extra info on it. Seems crisp and well laid out. easy to configure to my own likings.
    Keyscrambler premium recognises it...I haven't tried any ad killers yet.
    I use Shadow Defender 1.4.0.578 and Sandboxie 3.46 and I installed it in Shadow Mode to try it and everything seems ok. Installation was straightforward and quick. I'm using it to post this message :)
    I'd never heard of it before today.

    Patrick
     
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  4. Uitlander

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    So can I assume you got it from chip.de, and there were no PUPs or other malware attached? I don't speak German, but the installer seemed suspicious.
     
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    You're welcome :).
     
  7. sdmod

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    My version is Secure-52Browser-Firefox.msi

    75.2 MB (78,868,480 bytes)

    MD5 checksum 2FD2DEAB9C4AE75A1C8C398F9C971FDC

    SHA1 checksum C9C1FE2DB02A811F5EF2A1C822A1DA6BB96A41E5

    Checked with NoVirusThanks MD5 Checksum Tool v3.2

    I tried it out in Shadow Defender shadow mode for safety sake. It gives you a chance then to play around with your settings and try before a true installation. Yes, it's a bit inconvenient doing it that way but at least you know what you'll get.
     
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