Does anyone experience Emsisoft AM and SBIE compatible problem?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by southcat, Dec 28, 2012.

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  1. southcat

    southcat Registered Member

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    Greeting. I had installed Emsisoft Anti Malware this morning, after that, my Sandboxie cannot start anymore.Is anyone encounter same problem ?

    It is very sad that i have to uninstall Emsisoft Anti Malware in order to restore the service of Sandboxie.

    Thank you.

    Regards.
     
  2. jmonge

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    maybe the sandboxie service was block by emsisoft antimalware's behabiour blocker engine
    if you check under the application control maybe you can allow from there and the service will start again
     
  3. southcat

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    Thanks for the suggestion. I allowed all Sandboxie executable file in Emsisoft Anti Malware still cannot start Sandboxie, i still got the error message which is cannot start Sbiedrv. So i have to abort Emsisoft Anti Malware.

    But I still looking for enhance my system protection. Other than Emsisoft Anti Malware, May i ask what choices do i have ?

    Thank you.

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  4. WSFfan

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    The current setup that you have is enough for Security.
     
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    I can't speak to your specific issues but until about a week or so ago I ran Comodo FW (5.10 and 5.12), EAM & Sandboxie (Paid) in real-time for many months together without a hitch.

    (This was on an XP Pro SP3 setup.)
     
  7. jmonge

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    current setup that you have is enough for Security:thumb:
     
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    PJC Very Frequent Poster

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    There are choices:
    Shadow Defender or DefenseWall to name a few...
     
  9. southcat

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    Thanks for the helps.:)

    Perhaps I just stick to my current setup until i upgrade to Windows 8 then i will try one more time.

    Really appreciate all the opinions.

    Regards
     
  10. kjdemuth

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    Damn. Yeah you have enough. Comodo, sandboxie and Avast is enough. You really don't even need spyshelter or MBAM realtime. If you want uninstall Avast and use Emsisoft. As blue has said, I've used Comodo, sandboxie and EAM without issue. Make sure compatibility in sandboxie is on.
     
  11. searaider

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    Greetings, i'm running EAM along with sandboxie on Windows 8 pro and i have no issues at all.
     
  12. southcat

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    Hi Searaider, Based on your signature, you already using KIS, but you still have many other security software running together, don't you think it is too heavy:D

    Many people tell me EAM and SBIE is compatible, but i really cannot run them together.:oops:

    So i am looking other options right now.

    Thank you.

    Regards
     
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