Evalaze Application Virtualization

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by andyman35, Aug 10, 2010.

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  1. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

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    I just found this while mooching about.it's a virtual App creator that appears to be similar in functionality to VMWare ThinApps,only it's free,at least for now. ;)

    www.Evalaze.com/en/
     
  2. culla

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    unfortunately needs net2 to run i'll stick to my method to make programs portable no net framework needed :D
     
  3. andyman35

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    Yeah I figured the .net thing will put some folks off.I currently use Symantec Workspace Virtualization but of course that requires the client software to be installed.

    What method do you use to make portable apps Culla? For speed I sometimes use BartPE plugin creator tool or the Universal Extractor 7-zip combo.
     
  4. culla

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    i make them by having returnil2008 turned on
    create and install into a new folder on desktop
    then move folder to external drive
    restart and see if it still works
    [works for 90% of programs i've tried]
    doesn't work if program needs to be restarted before use
     
  5. Serapis

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    Seems like an interesting new option, maybe enthusiasts and testers can chip in and let us know how this one works and performs against viruses.:D
     
  6. andyman35

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    Well I'll be having a play with it over the weekend.I had a brief look at it yesterday and the interface reminds me a lot of Xenocode.
    It may well be of particular interest to 64bit users,since it supports all versions.
     
  7. Newby

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    I am also looking at this. I tried the x32 Opera of Evalaze and it worked okay. Took 3 secs on a low/medium spec laptop to completely launch Opera. But hey then you have got VM alike protection (I hope :D ), on speed that is better than most application virtualisation aps on my rig (little slower than RX SandboXIE though)
     
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    Has anyone noticed the apps are outdated in that list? Whether it makes a huge difference I don't know, I just spotted that.
     
  9. Serapis

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    How is this app or xenocode a securtiy solution that can replace sandboxie? they seem to only work for app compatibility and virtualization like thinapp, making them useless for determined deliberate bypasses.o_O
     
  10. Kees1958

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    Define determined deliberate bypasses please
     
  11. Serapis

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    This means malware that could be tailored to evade virtualization techniques or sandboxing (not sandboxie however b/c its designed to be a security app). If memory serves me right, viruses that bypassed thinapp couldnt do the same to sbie. their site used to state that it wasnt meant to be used as a security product right before the symantec aquisition. the same could be said about FD-ISR Original and killdisk; simply it is not designed to be a security product in tht aspect and could be bypassed by the virus also.
     
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