Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by trjam, Sep 2, 2010.
Looks intersting and the rate Blade Defender is going, this may be the first horse out running.
it souds a good idea what i read there a sandbox
How is it different from Sandboxie?
DARPA? Oh lord, lol, if I saw that thing connecting to DARPA for updates to the software I'd croak. I'm surprised a new program doesn't support Win7. Even once it does my guess is 64bit support won't happen until later if ever. It looks to me like a weaker Sandboxie, if that. I can't test it until they have Win 7 support, but seeing as I already use Sandboxie, I'm not sure I'd need this.
Is there something new under the sun?
CommoIT, a french start up already provides such solutions for corporates clients with its Virtual Browser :
And such condom already exist since years with the free versions of Buffer Zone, and similar approaches with DefenseWall and Sandbioxie.
In all cases an interesting and effective protection against client/server threats.
Like OA/Buffer Zone and other similar apps = not original but
That's nice to know just like the backgrounds of a Lot of the people directly/indirectly involved with this venture, including,
FE hmm .......
Not saying it seems like **** because it "appears" to work as advertised. We can't test it as they don't let "the little people" DL it
The reason it might be attractive to people, is because it "looks" as if it's very simple to install and operate. Unlike many other solutions which require varying levels of skill/knowledge etc to set up and configure etc.
If ANY 3 letter agency etc etc is going to be involved in ANY way with our data communication between this product and them, count me out
Hi, indeed you're right about other previous sandbox solutions. The difference with this, from what i read is this, created a stripped-down executable Windows XP environment in a Virtual Machine complete with Internet Explorer 7 and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
I didn't even see that part about working hand in hand with governments. You can forget that. Yes, government agencies tend to have access to more secure technologies, but given the environment in which a lot of the world lives in at this time, I'll take my chances on the "less secure".
Has anyone seen this live? I'm curious what the footprint on the host system really is when this thing is running.
really good read and very good idea indeed
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